> Never heard of a home kit. I looked into it a few years back and
> it was too involved to set up for at home.
> Someone suggested one check with the local Harley chopper shop (not
> HD dealer). Seems those guys always know the best/cheapest plating shop in
> the area.
> Alternative is nickel plating, which is easy to do at home.
> Rex Burkheimer
> J-CON Coordinator, WM Automotive Whse Fort Worth TX
> Texas Region SCCA FC #19 Reynard
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Keith Kaplan (Exchange) <keithka@Exchange.Microsoft.com>
> To: shop-talk <email@example.com>
> Sent: Monday, October 11, 1999 12:11 PM
> Subject: Home chrome plating
> > Did Eastwood stop selling the do it yourself chrome plating kits? I
> > find them on their website today. Maybe they never sold them and I'm
> > thinking of someone else...
> > Failing that, can anyone recommend a good chrome shop near Seattle?
> > keithka
> > 87 CBR600 | 88 323GTX | 94 RS America