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Old March 18th, 2011, 09:45 AM
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$150 for prep, galvi, and powder???? That's cheap as shit if so. Tami had the shitty Rovertym powder coating sandblasted off her LR3 bumper ($80.00), and the powder finish (thermoset) was $400.00.
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Old March 18th, 2011, 10:10 AM
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Yep, I stripped them first but they do the whole chemical dip, hot dip, and PC for that.
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Old March 18th, 2011, 02:41 PM
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My sliders are painted. I figure I can afford a lot of rattle cans for the price of galvanising, and powder coating sliders is just dumb unless you only drive to the mall.
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Old March 18th, 2011, 03:06 PM
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As usual everything is more complicated in Daniels world.

Yes there are minimum sharges.....it is actually closer to $350 around here (500lb). I do large batches that generally run 2k or more. If I don't have enough (rare) it's not usually that hard to split it with someone.

Vent holes are not just for expansion. If you dont have them some parts will actually float. You also need to place the holes so that they will let the zinc in AND back out or you end up with a steel coated zinc ingot.

New work only requires very minimal venting (1/4" holes.)

Old work that may have rust inside will require large holes to allow the acid bath to remove all the junk.

A good shop understands this and I have yet to have these staining issues you mention. I have work in the shop now that has been driven in the NE winters for a decade and has yet to bleed.

The only unusual prep my PC shop does is warm water wash and rub down with scotchbright. You can hardly break the surface with a hammer, and in general I'd have to say it is better than going over bare steel.
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Old March 18th, 2011, 03:25 PM
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I can't seem to find any and I don't want black.

I bought a nice set from the UK from FirstFour offroad... a black set with tree sliders that double as steps... they also sell the galv ones.


Tools me about 15m to install em... I documented it in this link:
http://www.landroveradventure.com/in...ades&Itemid=58
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Old March 20th, 2011, 09:00 AM
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You want galvanized and then sprayed with bedliner for sliders, in between use a Zinc chromate primer to get adhesion to the zinc and then an adhesion promoter to get the bedliner to stick really well. Works great, I do this when I re-galvanize inner fenders and bumpers and it lasts way better than anything else.
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