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Have to replace a delaminated track before the season starts, and was thinking of powdercoating the rails & spindles while I was at it. I've noticed alot of individuals don't p-coat the spindles. Is this because of the abuse the spindles see & look like c**p after a season? If you've done the skid/spindles, would you do it again? Thx for your .02!
 

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I've done it all, and have/will do it again.

Only a few chips in my old blue a-arms after several seasons of running things over spindles had no marks/chips on them at all...



I'd like to do the spindles on my fiances sled too.

 

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I do them on all my builds:









It is much easier to keep powder coat clean than bare aluminum.

The red spindles are 5 season old now, and I just rebuilt the sled this year and didn't do anything to the A-Arms or spindles.
 
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