Old 10-23-13, 12:18 PM
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If you're going to put all the work in to remove decals, you may as well just bring the bike to an industrial powdercoating place after all. Unless you happen to have very low monetary value on your time.

If you just want the bike non-decaled, I'd clean/prep the frame (there is probably a clear-coat over the decals) and then rattle-can it. And you probably won't be able to match the color exactly.
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