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Wow, this is a beauty! I'm really glad you posted all the steps. Found it in another forum and so appreciate your time spent on Pelican to share!
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Amazing work. Very inspiring and will be a great resource as I start my 69' 912 project.
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Hi Fiscop,

Is this thread still alive or did you leave it? I have a question.
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Either way a lot of us are on this thread, throw it out there, somebody will help ya
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I have the alu S Caliper on my 69E. I want to restore them. I already sanded and polished it. Looks like a mirror. Now i want to anodize as you did, but nobody want to do it for me because of the steel pins in the caliper. How did you do the anodizing? How did you insulate the steel pins?
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