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Powdercoat colors

Looking to get some things underneath the truck coated but having a hard time deciding on colors

Any suggestions?

I have thought aboiut Silver,red,chrome,grey and or candy red

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Re: Powdercoat colors

I vote silver, only because i was thinking that for mine and want to see what it looks like haha

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I'm trying to get some to match the paint now along with red and chrome
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Sweet, make sure to post pics when its done. When I get my lift I'm gonna get it powdercoated either blue or silver. I'm not sure how blue will look if it doesn't match my trucks color exactly. It might look funny. I wanted to get some stuff chromed but its pretty expensive

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Re: Powdercoat colors

I would suggest something with a texture unless its a show only truck. If it has a texture, it will hide rock chips and such when you touch them up better.
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The powdercoat chrome they have out now looks really good and easier to keep clean
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The powdercoat chrome they have out now looks really good and easier to keep clean
Got any pics of that?

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I would suggest something with a texture unless its a show only truck. If it has a texture, it will hide rock chips and such when you touch them up better.

Like a Hammertone finish

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Damn that looks good

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