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Hey all,

I have a bare steel frame I need to have painted. I have a bike painted by Joe Bell, but I was thinking I'd stay a little more local (and maybe lower $?) for this one. I've heard several people talk about a place called Cycle Fantasy in Fountain Valley, but I can't find any contact info or a website for them. Does anyone know how I can reach them?
 

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Shaun K said:
Hey all,

I have a bare steel frame I need to have painted. I have a bike painted by Joe Bell, but I was thinking I'd stay a little more local (and maybe lower $?) for this one. I've heard several people talk about a place called Cycle Fantasy in Fountain Valley, but I can't find any contact info or a website for them. Does anyone know how I can reach them?
Olympic Powdercoat in Santa Ana. They do tons of bike stuff and have cool colors to boot.
 

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Olympic Powdercoat in Santa Ana. They do tons of bike stuff and have cool colors to boot.

Yeah, I know about Olympic and other good powdercoaters. I called Olympic and the guy I spoke with wasn't really helpful. Plus, another mtbr member pointed out that p-coating can crack, and even though you can't see the crack, moisture can get in causing damage you can't see. I wouldnt care for any other frame, but for this one I really want to do it right.
 

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The last time I used them they were in Orange. Contact The Bike Beat or Chumba Wumba and they should know where they are. I have had about four bikes painted by them and they do great work!
 

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The last time I used them they were in Orange. Contact The Bike Beat or Chumba Wumba and they should know where they are. I have had about four bikes painted by them and they do great work!
THANKS!!! I got their number and spoke with Colleen today. They are in the middle of painting some bikes for the Olympics, so I will have to wait a while. That works out anyway, since my Kona fork isn't here yet and I still need to have my dropouts chromed. Speaking of which, does anyone know of a good chrome shop in OC? Preferably a place that does motorcycle work.
 
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