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Old July 27th, 2016, 06:45 PM
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Powder coat diamond plate in a pattern?

So I have some diamond plate on the wing tops and bonnet of my Defender. I am going considering powder coating it. Does anyone know if its possible to do this in a pattern ie Union Jack flag and if so any companies that are capable of doing such a job?

Th other option is either just plain powder coat or I wondered what it would look like chromed
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Old July 27th, 2016, 07:06 PM
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I've only seen powder coating in solid colors. Perhaps a vinyl graphic will give you the effect you are looking for.
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Have you looked at hydro dipping?
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Calling a powder coater and asking would obviously be the best way to find out.
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Calling a powder coater and asking would obviously be the best way to find out.
Probably but I was also hoping to get a company recommendation

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Have you looked at hydro dipping?
Not thats an idea!
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Assuming you are in Cochranville PA, I have used Crazy Coatings in Middletown DE (just south of Cochranville). They recoated my bumpers and brush guards. They have a large selection of colors, including a metallic silver.
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Assuming you are in Cochranville PA, I have used Crazy Coatings in Middletown DE (just south of Cochranville). They recoated my bumpers and brush guards. They have a large selection of colors, including a metallic silver.
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