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Unread 01-25-2013, 11:35 AM   #6
Got Wood.
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I checked with a powder coating company here in jacksonville. He was hesitant to powdercoat my Lang 84D. The parts of my pit that require the most attention just got too hot for powdercoating. In addition when I clean my pit I take the temp to 350+ . He recommended ceramic coating in the problem areas (fire box and the junction area) His thoughts wwere that if the high temp BBQ paint that I use was protecting the remainder of the pit to save my money and just do the problem areas. This sounded good to me because the whole pit/chargrill/trailer would be about $3000.00. Mama already thinks I am over the top with marble counter tops.
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