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    Frame Repaint NY, CT, NJ and MA

    Any recommendations with regard to a shop which specializes in restoration, repaint and decals for a steel frame. NY, CT and NJ area?

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    How about Philly, PA?
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    [QUOTE=tednugent;4304864]How about Philly, PA?[/QUOTE] Philly could work.

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    How about Philly, PA?

    Philly could work.

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    Peter Weigle in Lyme, CT has done a handful or repairs and repaints for me. He has a 30+ year history in the business. Friendlier than your mailman. He doesn't have a web site but he does have a Flickr page.

    PM me for a phone number.

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    Toby @ Hot Tubes in Mass does amazing work.

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    Geekhouse in Boston does paint.

    Decals? No clue but that'll probably have to be somewhere other than who paints it.

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    Mike Johnson at Wheelfine Imports just outside Lambertville NJ Vintage frames and graphics are his specialty

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    If you're not worried about your frame's warranty go ahead and paint it.. but some brands void the warranty if frame is re-painted.
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    Tom Kellogg at Spectrum (near Trexlertown track in PA, direct shot on 78 from NJ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lagputt View Post
    Any recommendations with regard to a shop which specializes in restoration, repaint and decals for a steel frame. NY, CT and NJ area?
    I wouldn't call it a restore... but I cleaned-up and got an old unremarkable '84 Peugeot looking good over the winter. I can't help myself.... I am already looking for next winters project bike (maybe two). I understand many bicycle hobbyist have bicycles repainted at auto-body shops.

    What sort of bicycle are you working with?

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    Frame Repaint NY, CT, NJ and MA

    there's Bilenky in the Olney section of Philadelphia

    http://www.bilenky.com/

    one of these years... I would like to het my hardtail frame stripped and powder coated again
    2010 Specialized Secteur Elite with the RBR not-approved Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheelset
    2009 Specialized Rockhopper Comp 29er upgraded to SRAM X9 with 1x10 and Stan's Arch EX rims and tubeless.
    2013 Cannondale CAADX-6 Tiagra with 9-speed SLX RD to run 11-32T cassette and Stan's Alpha 400 rims and tubeless
    and
    Some Burton snowboard setups, one with stiff ol' Camber and one with Rocker-Camber-Rocker

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    Quote Originally Posted by tele View Post
    Toby @ Hot Tubes in Mass does amazing work.
    +1

    I believe he is the only certified Cevelo paint shop around so that should mean something.

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    Thanks

    I appreciate the feedback provided by all.

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