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I'am trying to do a search on companies that paint or make custom helmets. I've got a desgin in mind but dunno where to get it done.
 

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I would imagine any of your local painters woudl be able to do the work for you instead of shipping your helmet out...

am I the only one worried about this statement on the website:

All Dings and Scratches Repaired :eek: :-X
 

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Didn't think that my first post would be about helment painting but I suppose it is. I see that you are on the West Coast so this may seem a little far.

East Coast, Rock Hill, SC. http://www.indocilart.net/

Best D**n helmet painters that I know of. I love their work, top notch.
 

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eschmunk said:
Didn't think that my first post would be about helment painting but I suppose it is. I see that you are on the West Coast so this may seem a little far.

East Coast, Rock Hill, SC. http://www.indocilart.net/

Best D**n helmet painters that I know of. I love their work, top notch.
Then youve never looked at these guys work. Almost every AMA Pro racer has an Air Trix or Troy Lee painted lid

http://www.airtrix.com/

Or Troy Lee Designs

http://www.troyleedesigns.com/paint/index.php

These two guys have basically set the standard for helmet painting
 

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ducman851 said:
Then youve never looked at these guys work. Almost every AMA Pro racer has an Air Trix or Troy Lee painted lid

http://www.airtrix.com/

Or Troy Lee Designs

http://www.troyleedesigns.com/paint/index.php

These two guys have basically set the standard for helmet painting
Well, actually I have heard of Troy Lee Designs, but not AirTrix. I still like Indocil Art though. Plus, they are only a couple hours drive from my place.
 

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regardless of who you use, make sure they're experienced in painting HELMETS. they need to know how to do it properly to protect the integrity of the helmet's construction.
 
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