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4978 Views 33 Replies 21 Participants Last post by  BobAsh
I've never really been a fan of powdercoating, mainly since you have to give up control of the project. But since I got started on my new pre-unit project I've been giving it a hard look. (Robbie, I know we talked about this!)

Anyway, I figured if I could do it myself it might be worthwhile. A fun project if nothing else. SO here goes: First I got a double oven off of CL; figured I could make the thing one large cavity.

Job one is the teardown

After removing the porcelain-on-steel oven boxes, I cut the facing ends like a "T"

Spread the panels and reinstalled

With the original rock wool packing of course

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I bought my kit from eastwood and an oven was free on craigslist (the range didn't work)of course I had to pick it up,I mounted it on a 3ft high frame with wheels when it's not in use I move it under the deck in the backyard.
as Tony the tourch said a minium of $35.00 at the powder coater and my powder coater won't do small pieces like spacers and bolts,whats nice is you can put everything off the motorcycle in a single oven but the frame.
I really like the idea of the double oven.
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