I've gotten the front suspension off of my car and am now cleaning, blasting and powdercoating all of the parts.
I'm using a cheap Harbor Freight powder coat gun and a small toaster oven but so far it is turning out much better than I expected.
After coating the first few parts I took one of them to the sandblaster to see just how durable the coating is. It could be blasted off but it took a whole lot more time and air pressure to do it.
I usually blast at 50 PSI using Black Diamond (Tractor supply brand. I believe it is made of coal slag). 50 PSI wouldn't touch the powdercoated part. It took 100 PSI to even start to remove it and even then it wasn't easy.