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    Re: Swingarm powdercoat

    Quote Originally Posted by LOCKE View Post
    Who powder coated your swing arm? Wheels?
    2 different outfits. The wheels were done by Perth Powder coatings.
    The swing arm was done by JM Customs.
    I wishing to get the swing arm back this week.

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    Re: Swingarm powdercoat

    Quote Originally Posted by scooby View Post
    he'll love being told how to do his job
    .Yeah im sure he has more knowledge of how to carry out correctly. Ive got carbon fibre wheels, had them for years, every time I get new tyres, there's always a gentle reminder to regulate the clamping force down on the machine. . You can never tell a mans experience by his appearance..
    As we all say "it will be fine".

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    Re: Swingarm powdercoat

    Quote Originally Posted by CMD6319 View Post
    .Yeah im sure he has more knowledge of how to carry out correctly. Ive got carbon fibre wheels, had them for years, every time I get new tyres, there's always a gentle reminder to regulate the clamping force down on the machine. . You can never tell a mans experience by his appearance..
    As we all say "it will be fine".
    cant say i've ever regulated the pressure on my tyre machine,nor heard of anyone else,can only assume you mean by altering the inlet regulator (but then if it's enough to hold carbon wheels,will be enough to hold any others so why not leave it there all the time?),but honestly i'd be more worried it didn't hold enough and spin on the table when mounting the tyre,if they are happy for you tell them thier job then fair do's i know what i'd be saying though....

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    Re: Swingarm powdercoat

    Quote Originally Posted by scooby View Post
    cant say i've ever regulated the pressure on my tyre machine,nor heard of anyone else,can only assume you mean by altering the inlet regulator (but then if it's enough to hold carbon wheels,will be enough to hold any others so why not leave it there all the time?),but honestly i'd be more worried it didn't hold enough and spin on the table when mounting the tyre,if they are happy for you tell them thier job then fair do's i know what i'd be saying though....
    To be honest, when I purchased the wheels, I was told, more damage is done during tyre change as the clamping force is higher, Now that ive read your reply, ive viewed a few YouTube clips. Your right there is no difference.
    Thats why we join forums, for advice and guidance.
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    Re: Swingarm powdercoat

    Fitted the swing arm. Happy with the result.IMG_0090.jpgIMG_0085.jpg
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