I should also have added to that.... Or any simler types of coating?
On Thursday, April 15, 2004, at 09:36 AM, Don wrote:
> Anyone know of any place in the D/FW area that dose Jet-Hot coating?
> On Thursday, April 15, 2004, at 08:02 AM, email@example.com
>> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, B1LLYW@aol.com writes:
>>> In a message dated 4/14/2004 6:48:22 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>>> Donald.Mallett@BNSF.com writes:
>>>> Thanks DML as always for the information! I want to go with the
>>>> More money then I have at the moment, but what the hay! ;-p
>>>> Question now is
>>>> who? Jet-Hot is my base line for price and quality. Time to hit
>>>> google and
>>>> the local phone book. Is Jet-Hot a brand name like with Rhino Liner
>>>> and can
>>>> be done at local places or is it a one location kind of a deal?
>>> Jet-Hot is a brand name. You can look for local shops. I had my
>>> most recent
>>> set done locally at Airborn Coatings. They have more than one
>> My buddy had the zoomie headers on his 392 hemi powered streetrod
>> done by
>> Airborn Coatings in CT and it's a nice job. His are a dull silver
>> color that
>> looks good with the polished aluminum intake, blower and valve covers
>> on the
>> 392. It's been over two years now with no signs of peeling. A lot of
>> the people
>> doing custom work in the Boston area recomend them.
>> Dave Clement
>> 99 SLT+ CC 4x4
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