Originally Posted by Brandon Miller
It’s only powder coat. I do it all my self so if i don’t like it I can change it. You don’t know how it will look until you try it. Some things work and others don’t. I’m not a 100% sold on the chain guard either, but like I said , it can all be changed. That’s the beauty of doing the work yourself. It’s free labor.
I think the powder coating looks well done. The colors aren't for me but it's easy to appreciate the execution.
FYI for future reference, powdercoating temps are high enough to alter the hardness of certain alloys (52100, 1045, some 4 series), and can also de-polarize magnets. In any case, the compression rate on your shock spring might have changed.
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