Im not sure. I dont think its an issues since an elbow covers that spot anyway
Thats probably why it wasn't dipped. With how hydrodipping works it more or less goes on in one sheet right? If the elbow slips enough times eventually it could pull up some of the design. And with the way most stuff works, it would just keep peeling.
Buddy of mine that has a 20k set up. Does anything and everything, very experienced and his dips are VERY sturdy and hold up great. He has 1,000's of patterns to choose from and he can make whatever you want just sick looking. Tell him Kory sent you.
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out here in toronto i inquired about getting a paintball gun done it costs $180,,and i asked about how durable it is he said we do rims for cars and they go through a lot of elements and as long as i dont use the marker for a hammer or a tossing object it will be okay....
Just make sure that you are dealing with an experienced hydrodipper. I had my Ego 11 done and it was destroyed by the dipper. I had another hydro dipper look at it to see if he could fix it and even sent it in to Planet Eclipse. They both told me that the marker was a large paper weight now.
The marker was used only two times and was garbage after I had it dipped.
Do your homework, and make sure the company is properly trained and experienced.