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Old 03-25-2012, 06:22 AM
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Can U Powder Coat BDL Pulleys ?

Can U Powder Coat BDL Pulleys ?
I have a BDL I wanted to have the pulleys powder coated and my mechanic says the heat from powder coating will mess them up.
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Do I have to get different pulleys?

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I wouldn't think there is a problem. Most conventional PC is cured at 390*F. They do have a process that uses much lower temps for curing called photofusion which utilizes lasers for the cure.
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my concern would be the thickenss ... powercoating can build up..causing the belt not to fit properly..& it may start to chip off after some time..I think anodizing would be better..
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my concern would be the thickenss ... powercoating can build up..causing the belt not to fit properly..& it may start to chip off after some time..I think anodizing would be better..
Good point although its usually only a couple mills thick. The other option would be to mask off the where the belt actually rides.
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Good point although its usually only a couple mills thick. The other option would be to mask off the where the belt actually rides.
true ,,true..thay do have high temp tape just for that...I was thinking the OP wanted the whole pulley to have color...
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i did mine in 2 colors without any problems.. just find a guy that does custom work for cars and bikes. a industrail powder coater will lay it on to heavy
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