|Has anyone let DHM trailer repaint their trailer if so how did they do? I also wonder if getting it powder coating it would be more durable?|
|Brian, Grant had his trailer repainted at DHM. I think he was totally satisfied. I had them do some touch-up work on mine and it was fine.|
|Have you thought about getting it rhino lined or line-x? You would probably have to strip it and rough it up first, but it would hold up really well.|
|Pat thats a good idea. BTW did you get your box?|
|Yeah, did you get my e-mail? I have a few questions...|
|Patrick, no e-mail so send me another one.|
|you've got mail|
|Yes DHM re-painted my trialer. From what I understand all DHM trailers are painted not powder coated. Its not cheep anywhere form $1500 to $1700 |
But before you say that expencieve. Think about what they have to do.
1. Take your boat off your trailer and put it on a temp trailer
2. Completley take your trailer all apart.
3. Sandblast the whole thing.
4. Put trailer back together, wireing bleeding the brake's re-carpet the bunk's
Im not saying its cheep its just alot of work keep that in mind. Better hurry up before DHM gets super busy.
|I've dealt with DHM a couple of times... They are a first class operation, and will take good care of your boat while they're doing the work also.. |
I wouldn't go anywhere else.
|Where is DHM located and do they have a website, because we were looking to get our trailer painted. Thanks|
|DHM is in south sac...At least there is a DHM in south sac....Ive seen it it's off of Gerber. Squid if you need it hauled up here let me know I know where they are.|
|Thanks, for the insite Grant. That would be a top notch job if they sand blast it. Its for a friend no way would I want to paint a trailer its alot of work. I have painted car trailers in my day and hated every second of it.|
|Squid - email Cliff Griffin about Line-X'ing it. He loves his.|
|Anyone ever had their trailer powder coated? Mine is at the powdercoater as we speak... Coming back gloss black... |
Anyone have photos of a pc'ed trailer?
|Line-X all the way! |
I had mine done a couple of years ago and would never own another trailer without it.
People can grind gravel, dirt, and duck sh** into the fender's all they want now. All I have to do is hose it down.
The cost of a trailer is usually about $1200.00 and has a lifetime guarantee. You can chose any color you want these days
|Cliff if your friends are grinding dirt into your trailer you need to find new friends LOL. |
Dirt grinder's "NOT WELCOME"