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Old 03-01-2017, 11:32 PM
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Very cool,rod there is a thread on the 911 tech about cad plating not sure if you read it?i found it interesting because they had mentioned in brittle ment,in all the years of restoration i have never hurd that term.

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Ok thanks Kevin
I got a quote for all the bolts etc. Its $1000 bucks. So I'm most likely only gonna get the brackets and mechanisms done in the yellow Zinc. I will replace the hardware with socket and button head stainless steel where I can and order new Porsche specific hardware for the suspension point etc.
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$1000 to plate all the hardware??
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Yea i know, He just gave me a quote to chrome the headlight rings, rear deck lid hinges and door handles 500 bucks?
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Gold plated right??lol

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Yea gold plated! maybe i should clarify that. LOL
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Find a local playing source, ones near me will do a 5 gallon bucket of any parts for $35 total as long as I strip or blast them all. Yellow zinc looks great when's done!
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In AZ, you're about $150 for that 5gal bucket, and pieces need to be mostly prepped.
Higher still if you have to strip off existing plating.

Price jumps exponentially if every fastener is racked for dipping, but finish quality is better than when tumbled in a bucket. Best for large pieces, or those most visible.
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1000.00 bucks is crazy. I haven't spent anywhere near that for re-plating all the bits for my entire motor!

You should shop around. I think Tru6 will do it for much cheaper.
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Ditto.
I just dropped off every zinc part, bolt, washer and nut (not those nuts ) from the suspension, brakes and AC system on my car. It was a plastic storage tub half full for $200.00 cash.
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Summer time, Rod, time for an update!.........
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Sure I will get some shots of the Chrome parts for ya I have a question in the meantime, those rear camber boxes, I see that there is a nut welded on the top of the adjusting bracket, but I cant see if there is a threaded nut on the top of the box also or just a boss to hold the jacking bolt from walking around? Can someone clarify this for me?



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Probably heavier due the chrome than weightsaving by holes... But nice looking (that's the goal I guess)
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Door Mirror mount

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I made an aluminum Vitaloni Sebring Door mirror mount with aviation flared holes tonight. I might invert the holes, put the large one on bottom and two smaller ones up top, other wise I like it. I couldn't resist seeing the door handles on too.





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