RE: Rock Sliders Classic and New Shape

#51 by Greigboy , Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:15 pm

Got both sets of sliders back today, worked out just under £30 a set for Galvanising on its own, or £60 a set if they need shot blasting as well.
For that kinda money it's not worth painting or powder coating.

You can also get coloured galvanising but I think that is quite a bit more.

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RE: Rock Sliders Classic and New Shape

#52 by 123hotchef , Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:18 pm

looking good if i could get mine done for £30 i would jump at it


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RE: Rock Sliders Classic and New Shape

#53 by Greigboy , Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:46 pm

I got a quote from a place more local to me and they were talking the best part of £180 for blasting and galvanising
one set as they had a minimum charge, so it was worth going a little further out at that price.
To get away without shotblasting the metal has to have absolutely no paint, my sliders didn't need blasting, Steve's did, still think £60 is pretty good for blasting and Galvanising




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