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pan58head
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Re chrome

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Post by pan58head » Wed Dec 26, 2007 3:54 am

Hello All, Just curious who are you using for rechroming. My 58 restore is starting collect alot of nice oem pieces. I have some that are in need of some new chrome. I know you get what you pay for just curious if anybody has good luck Thanks Bob



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Post by Randy50 » Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:45 am

Hello Pan58head.I don't know where you're from? But if shipping isn't an issue for you, G&G Chrome in Montreal do an excellent job 450-651-05190.I've been dealing with them for years and have never had a complaint.They know where to polish,where not to polish, where to mask, where not to mask.Anyhow I'm sure you get it, in the end it saves you a lot of grief. Good Luck.

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Post by PanPal » Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:41 pm

Again, depending on where you are.
Librandi's Plating , Middletown Pa 717-944-9442
They did a nice job on a dash and seat rail for me. They have size limitations. No rims!

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Post by ridermike » Fri Dec 28, 2007 7:00 pm

You can't go wrong with Chrome Masters. (Nashville TN) I've used then for years and no problems. They only do bike parts now and have some very high profile customers. Darrel even saved my but by advising me not to chrome some parts another chromer was willing to do.

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Re chrome

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Post by pan58head » Mon Dec 31, 2007 8:12 pm

Thanks all for the responses. I'm in Nh , so know matter what I'm going to have to ship the items. I'm just looking for a good plater. Chrome masters prices seem fair. Just kill you to replate a rusty oem part for twicce what a new tawain tedds part cost. Thanks Again Bob

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Post by Robert Luland » Mon Dec 31, 2007 9:36 pm

Ya think thats bad. See how much they want to remove the chrome. It's rediculise! Heavy metals baby.

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