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Powder Coating question

So recently had my rims powder coated and the powder coater did not mask of the area where the wheel bearings seat. Wheel bearings were removed for the sand blasting process. Has anyone experienced an issue like this before? My concern is that the bearings will not seat fully or correctly. Thoughts?

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Did you put the bearings back in yet? Probably going to need to clean out before installing or they aren't going to go in correctly.
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No I wasn't comfortable to try it. I contacted powder coater and he is going to make it right.

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