Shows yer pink

jim55

Veteran
Location
glasgow
no not that !!


I'm presently building a fixed and I'm considering a pink powder coat , the options are satin black or that , I just don't wana look " trying for the hipster look when I'm actually 45 and far from a hipster "

Any comments
 
Are they really the only options?

Most powder coaters should have some leftover colours - ask nicely, there could be some remnants lurking on the back of the shelves.

If memory serves, you would only need about 2 kilos to run the system through and about 1 kilo to do the bike,

Then again, black sounds good for a simple clean look that would be easy to touch in should you need to.
 
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jim55

jim55

Veteran
Location
glasgow
Are they really the only options?

Most powder coaters should have some leftover colours - ask nicely, there could be some remnants lurking on the back of the shelves.

If memory serves, you would only need about 2 kilos to run the system through and about 1 kilo to do the bike,

Then again, black sounds good for a simple clean look that would be easy to touch in should you need to.
I can obv do it most colours, I like the Matt/satin look but everybody has done it to death so a diff colour appeals
 

steveindenmark

Legendary Member
The original dr_pink machine...

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Far better than any Security item on the market. It will never get nicked regardless of where you leave it :0)
 

Old Plodder

Living at the top of a steep 2 mile climb
no not that !!


I'm presently building a fixed and I'm considering a pink powder coat , the options are satin black or that , I just don't wana look " trying for the hipster look when I'm actually 45 and far from a hipster "

Any comments
Personally, I'd go with the satin black..........:smile:
 
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