Powder Coating ATV Parts

Here at Eastwood we have a love for anything with wheels. One of our product engineers, Evan, is a big time ATV enthusiast. He took this past weekend to give his quad a new look by blasting and powder coating the chassis and associated parts. He used the Eastwood Dual Voltage Powder Coating Gun, and a combination of HotCoat Metallic Blue Powder, HotCoat Black Stardust Powder, and HotCoat Reflective Chrome Powder to coat his quad parts. Evan wanted a tough coating that would continue to look good even after a day out at the trails and he knew HotCoat powders would be up to the task!

Check out the pictures below of Evan’s results, that blue metallic powder really pops!

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  • al

    February 14th, 2012

    how did he heat the frame

  • MattM

    February 14th, 2012

    We have a large oven for powder coating here in our headquarters, but you could also use one of our heat lamps to powder coat something large like this as well. Check them out here: http://search.eastwood.com/search?asug=&w=heat+lamps&x=0&y=0&p=Q&ts=custom

  • Geoff

    February 17th, 2012

    How do those heat lamps work? Do you just work your way down the part? Seems it’d be hard to get all around the frame and all.

    That a TRX450R?

  • ANTHONY

    March 6th, 2012

    Did you do the upper and lower control arms to?

  • Esoda

    March 6th, 2012

    Basically everything is being blasted and powder coated over the next month. This is going to be a complete over haul including the engine and suspension also. I will have updates once I make some more significant progress. I am still in the stage of cleaning, abrasive blasting, and soda blasting.

  • jane

    July 7th, 2013

    it is very cool!it looks nice.

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