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  • warchild
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    I did five 1929 model A ford rims and had same problem. i just coated them 2 times. next time i mite try heating them up like that. may save me a lot of oven time. 5 wheels at 30min each 2 times in the oven. thats like 300mins of oven not counting the cool down time. (20min ea.) and i only made $200. for that job. i done named the price befor i know what i had to do. i'll never do that agin.

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  • trsick
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    Re: Help with Spoke rims.

    Thanks:
    I should have know to warm them up Duh... Sometimes I just get ahead of myself. Yes Jim, same set of rims that I had the "orange" problem. But no, I have not redone the one rim that I had the orange issue with. I hope to get to that one today. I will let you know what happens.
    Bob
    www.capecodpowdercoating.com

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  • hvac36
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    agree warm the part then shoot that area first.
    Are these the same wheel you had the yellowing on? If so did you re-strip them ?

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  • jtagger19
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    I would suggest to heat the part to 180 F and coat it
    that should help .
    on a high end gun you would just have to adjust the KV

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  • trsick
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    Help, with spoke rims

    I am doing some Ford Model T spoke rims. The spokes are welded to the inner & outer rims. I am having a really tough time geting the powder to cover the weld spots. They are being done in Caswell Vanilla. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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