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2/4/2019 11:30 AM

PC’s bikes had hydradip graphics. I’m sure it costs more for average consumer, but what other pro’s or cons would there be. Not nearly as tough? I would guess it’s lighter for the weight loss nuts folk.

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2/4/2019 11:35 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/4/2019 11:36 AM

Wow, just looked at the costs, while still having to cover plastics with clear graphics :facepalm

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2/4/2019 11:36 AM

Think you have to spray clear coat over hydro. Long term I think it would look like garbage after cracking.

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2/4/2019 11:36 AM

PC paid $3,000 for 4 sets of plastics. NOT worth it.

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2/4/2019 11:50 AM

kb228 wrote:

PC paid $3,000 for 4 sets of plastics. NOT worth it.

Where on Earth do you make up this number.... ??? Hydro printing is not expensive, you can do it in your bathtub, literally!

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2/4/2019 11:56 AM

kb228 wrote:

PC paid $3,000 for 4 sets of plastics. NOT worth it.

Joshracing wrote:

Where on Earth do you make up this number.... ??? Hydro printing is not expensive, you can do it in your bathtub, literally!

Didnt make it up. Mitch payton said it on swapmoto podcast.

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2/4/2019 12:46 PM

buddy of mine does deer heads, guns etc. he only charges a few hundy

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2/4/2019 12:52 PM

I had a buddy that hydro dipped a BMX frame locally a few years ago, and that was comparable to powder coat. I think it was less than $150

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