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Old 11-05-2017, 06:40 PM   #21
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Can you color match any gelcoat colors?
Yes we can. Currently all my prices are standard for white , black and shades of grey. We can blend any color but it would require a extra charge.

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Old 11-05-2017, 06:46 PM   #22
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Yes we can. Right all my prices are standard for white , black and shades of grey. We can blend any color but it would require a extra charge.
Thanks for the reply, Looking at an armstrong bracket for a project, might see if I can have you guys paint it instead of the standard powdercoat. I will connect closer to decision time for a quote etc.
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Man this stuff is nice
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Ultra on an Intrepid T-Top would be soooo nice...
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:45 AM   #25
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The Wild Bill 42lr Freeman that belongs to captain Billy Wells of the Mexican Gulf Fishing Company came through the Freeman factory for a yearly. Freeman added some t top supports which required us to respray the t top in our black Ultra. When the boat came down I was very excited to see how the Ultra was holding up in a full-time charter boat scenario! The boat has seen well over 1000 hours of tuna crushing action. I was really stoked to find not one chip on the tops of the rod holders!!
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Looks great and durability is awesome! Even the Ultra still looks a little "rough" or like an orange peel, which for some applications might be great, like for grip. Can you make it more smooth and shiny, say like powder coat looks? Great stuff!
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Looks great and durability is awesome! Even the Ultra still looks a little "rough" or like an orange peel, which for some applications might be great, like for grip. Can you make it more smooth and shiny, say like powder coat looks? Great stuff!
Id love for you to see it in person! Im driving up and down the se next week. Let me know if your available and Ill swing by and show it to you!
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Old 02-18-2018, 05:55 AM   #28
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Looks great and durability is awesome! Even the Ultra still looks a little "rough" or like an orange peel, which for some applications might be great, like for grip. Can you make it more smooth and shiny, say like powder coat looks? Great stuff!
It is very consistent texture not orange peel like at all in look. More like a fine sand paper texture that's soft, that's not rough at all to touch. Hard to explain. The pictures from this specific thread don't show how it really looks. I have it on my boat and I much prefer the look and feel of it to powder coat
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I wish your company was in RI. I would have mine done.
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