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Alternator fan and housing restoration

Here are a few pictures of one of my restored fan and housings. It is the perfect touch to your restoration project. I will restore your fan and housing to original finish for $200.



Old 02-04-2013, 05:27 PM
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I will take it!

sorry, did not read all the post. itīs just the restouration service, I want the parts too.

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That one is not for sale. The add states that I will restore yours for $200 just like this.
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That looks great. How do you deal with pitted magnesium?

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Pitted magnesium is the only draw back. Ocassionaly, it can be bad and the only reccomendation I have is to resort to powdercoating.
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Are these glass-bead blasted?....Do you use a Urathane type matt clear coat to keep electrolisis from just starting over again. Is the finish safe to hose down with cleaners like Brake Kleen without altering the finish? Do you re-rivot the pully after replateing it in Cad? Very nice looking.

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Yes, I seal it with a matte clear coat. All parts are glass bead blasted and it receives new rivets after the center section is plated. Thank you.
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beautiful work

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Thank you
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Been doing them the same way. Switched to a urathane Matt clear with hardner to last for decades vs bomb can clear. 200.00 is a steal for your time and materials! Again....Excellent work!
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Very Nice. Will pass words around.
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What is the turnaround time?

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Once I get it I can have it done in 2 days
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I have a very original '86 Turbo that is so fine....except for the fan and housing that look like $hit. Now you're going to make them new again for me! As soon as I can stand having the car down for a while I'll contact you. Fantastic!
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I have a 2 day turn around so it should only take 1 week round trip.
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Really nice work! You got me thinking about taking mine off.
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In looking at this picture of the motor, it looks like the fan has a gold colored plating of some type, probably gold cad. What is your suggestion for this?
Fan and housing look worse than in this picture.

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That is cosmoline. Porsche sprayed this stuff all over to protect against corosion. It may be ugly, but it did the job and most likely saved the housing from ungodly pitting.
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Subscribed... just removed my fan and housing!!!
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