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    Powder coating in Lancs-recommendations?

    Can anyone recommend a powder coating company in Lancashire? I've rung all my local ones. None of the 3 could be arsed returning my calls or messages and the firm I used to use in Bolton has disappeared after 60 years or so trading.

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    I have used Tec coatings on the outskirts of Blackpool, little in the way of customer service but they did a decent job at a decent price.

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    TEC Coatings + 2 more

    Hi Guys
    3 for you all in Blackpool area.

    Tony (TEC COATINGS) is still going, he has moved to TEC Coatings, Unit 4 Beehive Trading Estate, FY4 4QU Blackpool.
    I've used TEC for years good finish, good prices, good turnaround.

    2 more but no personnal feedback

    NORTHERN LIGHTS off Mowbry drive Blackpool.

    Durrocoat Ltd, Cornford Road, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 4QQ.
    If it has wheels or a skirt, you probably can't afford it!!

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    Cheers. Have tried TEC with no answer and no return of message. Same with Durrocoat but will try the third. Thank you, much appreciated!

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    Hindley engineering ltd is frequently mentioned on the Rivi Barn Bikers forum, I've never used them before personally.

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    http://www.triple-s.co.uk/
    Not in Lancashire but do very good work and Bikes only so know there stuff Also try Pennine Powder coating in Todmorden, Chris is a nice chap and will look after you.. Google them.
    Steve

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    I've had 4 bike frames done at Triple S, top job.

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    Cheers chaps. I've ended up at Durrocoat in Blackpool who did a good job at a very decent rate. Thanks for your suggestions.

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