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Here is an informative video on You Tube showing how to powder coat a bike:

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I have a Speed Triple 97' T-509, hardly used 5000 miles, the engining cover got scrapped on the right handside of the casing. I have tried serveral paint shops which they all say its a special heat...

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My chassis number is gone. in need ofa replacement

G'Day lenerz,

I am in Australia and it is possible here. You will need to check with the authorities in your local area to get what is called a surrogate VIN number issued to the bike.

Here in Aussie, this involves initially the Department of Transport, authorising you to go to the Police, who then do background checks to be sure that the bike(or frame) is not stolen. You will probably need proof of purchase for the bike, and a good reason why it has no VIN. Worst case if you have purchased it unregistered, it may be a stolen bike. It may also just be a case of the VIN plate being removed to powder coat the frame.

I know all this becasue I spent 18 months working for the DoT here in Queensland giving advice on problems just like yours.

Let me know where in the world you are and I can find some more specific information for you. It will vary depending on where you are.

A rating is a great way to show your appreciation for the time I have spent assisting you. Cheers.


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