initially, a quality powder coat will be more chip/scratch resistant than a quality paint... problem is, when it DOES chip/scratch, it's a whole ton harder to touch up (properly) than paint is
that diamond plate is Aluminum.... whatever top coat you have done, make sure a good etching primer/sealer is used to prevent oxidation of the alum, and peeling/flaking of the paint
Sean B. - Schenectady, NY - 95 YJ, 350/700r4/NP241, JB Shorty SYE, 8.8 rear, 2" BDS, 1" homebrew shackles, Daystar 1" BL, TJ flares, 35x12.50 General Grabber AT2 on 15x10 Bart D-Truckers, Polyshield polycarbonate windshield, HD over/under crossover steering
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