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  1. Community

    Community Well-Known Member

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    Can a CMC lift be taken apart to powdercoat or are you stuck with the factory finish?
     
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    I think I'd probably go with anodize. Powdercoat can be thick & cause problems with re-assembly.
     
  3. RiverDave

    RiverDave In it to win it

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    Do you want to powdercoat the actual pump / etc.. as well? Or just the outside portions of it? I'd annodize it if it was me.. BTW, if it's a jack plate (Lift?) then it's going to wear in the areas it's sliding up and down.

    If it's a power trim, there isn't any real wear points..

    RD
     
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    Is that annodized? I'm curious why there is no wear marks on the annodizing? How did u prevent that?
     
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    Hi Dave its powercoated and fixed just set where you want and go, plus I dont use the boat..
     
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    Anytime you're really really bored and want to pull someone around the harbor.... just ring! :D

    Justin <----- skied the harbor last weekend and love it;)
     

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