Advice On Repainting A Raleigh Competition

Postby 1mad-dog on Wed 21/Oct/09 8:49am

I am looking for advice on where (in Auckland) to take a Raleigh Competition to get the frame stripped and repainted, not to mention what ballpark cost would be.

Also, any thoughts on getting decals etc. There is next to nothing on the bike currently other than the Raleigh badge.
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Re: Advice On Repainting A Raleigh Competition

Postby laurenw on Wed 21/Oct/09 10:23am

1mad-dog wrote:I am looking for advice on where (in Auckland) to take a Raleigh Competition to get the frame stripped and repainted, not to mention what ballpark cost would be.

Also, any thoughts on getting decals etc. There is next to nothing on the bike currently other than the Raleigh badge.


Give cycle trading a call if we don't have the original decals they will do something similar
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Re: Advice On Repainting A Raleigh Competition

Postby pukeko on Wed 21/Oct/09 2:37pm

Cool, how long has Cycle Trading had a shop in Auckland ?
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Re: Advice On Repainting A Raleigh Competition

Postby FLATULENTFRIEND on Wed 21/Oct/09 4:57pm

:) I use Tigers sandblasting in Swanson. He does an excellent job and for the $30? he'll charge you for a frame/fork he'll spray it with 2k primer as well.
There some good blasters in Onehunga too.
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