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Old 08-22-2016, 09:05 PM
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I am in the process of refurbishing an older (2003) compound that was given to me. The original finish is in rough shape and I would like to just make it all black. I have the bow fully disassembled. I can have the riser and limb pockets powder coated, but what would I do about the limbs? Should I have the whole bow dipped? Also, a local powder coating outfit told me that they have a cerakote that is air dry and doesn't have to be baked. Has anyone ever heard about this being done on a bow? If so how would it hold up on limbs?
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Power coating them would be great, just check fit after cause you coated limb pocket and limbs ! May not fit ...
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You can have them dipped no problem..I've had great success with it!
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