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Got a question
I just ordered stainless spoke kits for my RT2 and plan on soda blasting and polishing the hubs.
I have done this a couple of times on projects that I knew where not really gonna be be “used” Like never in the rain or dirt. But this bike I plan to really ride and might try to make California dream in this year.
My question is can I make the finish I’ve got so much time and money invested in last with real use
Clear powder coat?
Please don’t say take em apart again and re-polish but if that’s The only way to keep the shine then I’ll be fine with not so shiny hubs, gonna ride this one!
Ok cool, I’m up to trying either way.
I am only familiar with 2 part acrilic enamel paint at the hobby level and have never heard of a sprayable epoxy clear, is there a brand or website you could point me too?
And the high heat clear I have used but I have never tried heat curing. What temperature setting for 5 hours?
Thanks much for the input!
Look at Eastwood's website for spray cans of 2K clear. About $27 a can delivered.
PS keep it in your refrigerator if you have any left in the can and you want to reuse it...lasts about a week that way.