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My rear bumper, swingout, and a few other miscellaneous parts and pieces were done at Powdercoating Specialties in Golden (near the fairgrounds). I think the whole deal was about $200. That included a lot of prep work as well, and they matched the ARB front just about perfectly.

http://www.powdercoatingspecialties.com/
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Thanks for the input and the comments on the pivot design
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Bump.

Are there updated prices and places, particularly north of Longmont if possible.

What are people paying to have a set of sliders powdercoated?
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Joe (Woodsurfcruiser) had all of his stuff done at Powdercoating Specialties in Berthoud for around $400 I think. ARB front and trailtailor rear with two swing outs. His was a custom color I believe.

My brother is taking his rear bumper and sliders there this week I think.
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Bump.

Are there updated prices and places, particularly north of Longmont if possible.

What are people paying to have a set of sliders powdercoated?
Dave,

I take all my stuff to Coating Specialties in Windsor - great guys.

http://www.coatingspecialtiesofcolorado.com/contact/

I have not coated sliders, but they are right next to Bump It Off Road, so I am sure they have coated lots of Mike's sliders.

Ron and Jason are great - tell them TJ sent you!
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I take all my stuff to Coating Specialties in Windsor - great guys.

http://www.coatingspecialtiesofcolorado.com/contact/

I have not coated sliders, but they are right next to Bump It Off Road, so I am sure they have coated lots of Mike's sliders.

Ron and Jason are great - tell them TJ sent you!
Perfect. Love going over to Windsor anyway, High Hops...
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Dave,

I take all my stuff to Coating Specialties in Windsor - great guys.

http://www.coatingspecialtiesofcolorado.com/contact/

I have not coated sliders, but they are right next to Bump It Off Road, so I am sure they have coated lots of Mike's sliders.

Ron and Jason are great - tell them TJ sent you!
PCS for me too, they've done my bike frame a few times (broke it this summer) as well as several cruiser parts.
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Joe (Woodsurfcruiser) had all of his stuff done at Powdercoating Specialties in Berthoud for around $400 I think. ARB front and trailtailor rear with two swing outs. His was a custom color I believe.

My brother is taking his rear bumper and sliders there this week I think.
Thats who I've used many times and will continue.
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Perfect. Love going over to Windsor anyway, High Hops...
Need to have some stuff coated, may check them. And don't forget the awesome Hawaiian restaurant downtown Windsor.
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Might want to consider Line-X too, costs more, but it's a very tough and thick coating. Also, if it ever need a repair, you're not looking at removing the whole thing to bake it again.
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