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Has anybody here hydro dipped their moto or know anybody who did... cost? It seems like a good alternative to vinyl wrapping. In a way its like liquid vinyl wrapping and can almost get any design.


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They put this stuff on alot of guns and bows. Its not real durable in the wear department. From what I've seen if you dipped where you had your legs and had jeans on it would wear through pretty quickly.
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I think there's a guy in Ft. Smith or Alma, AR that does it don't know the name seen a comerciale for on 40/29 some time back. He was doing bows & guns, might do a tank??
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They put this stuff on alot of guns and bows. Its not real durable in the wear department. From what I've seen if you dipped where you had your legs and had jeans on it would wear through pretty quickly.

Well that may be but I have seen some vids of people actually applying a layer of clear coat. Perhaps its cheap enough to be able to do and change design once every year but if it were me I would want something that doesn't rub off I guess.
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I think there's a guy in Ft. Smith or Alma, AR that does it don't know the name seen a comerciale for on 40/29 some time back. He was doing bows & guns, might do a tank??
Well I'm a bit farther from those locations but I have located a place in Springdale, AR. The place is called C and G Hydro Designs. I haven't given them a call just yet but I might just to get a quick pricing.

Here is the facebook link with pics of their work. By the looks of it they have done motos.

C And G Hydro Designs - Springdale, AR - Local Business - Photos | Facebook
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I would rather paint my stuff for the durabality factor

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