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Old 07-25-2015, 03:24 PM   #1
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Paint shop that does CHROME (minor)

Hope y'all staying hydrated while riding out. Lord knows its HOT!!! Anyways, I had a quick question, I need my V-rod Front master cylinders chromed. Its the
4DOT oil I presume. Ate through the whole paint (no recent leaks) but could've happened before.

I got a quote to get it repainted but I want to see if there is a place I can take it to get chromed. Thank you in advance.
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Old 07-25-2015, 03:25 PM   #2
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Hope y'all staying hydrated while riding out. Lord knows its HOT!!! Anyways, I had a quick question, I need my V-rod Front master cylinders chromed. Its the
4DOT oil I presume. Ate through the whole paint (no recent leaks) but could've happened before.

I got a quote to get it repainted but I want to see if there is a place I can take it to get chromed. Thank you in advance.
House of paint, they are one of our forum sponsors and they do everything
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House of paint, they are one of our forum sponsors and they do everything
Tried calling that number. Need to check their work schedule.
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Tried calling that number. Need to check their work schedule.
Try sending him a pm on here and I'm sure he will respond in a timely manner. His name is tony and he's a cool dude
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So Atlas Plating don't take on "small jobs" and House of paint doesn't do Chrome work. Anything else? someone got to be able to small parts?
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Try Excessive Detailing he does some awesome work
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well I called him earlier for for front master cylinders. Im thinking about just getting after markets and slapping it on.
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To chrome a master cylinder you would have to take it apart and then seal off everything internal with a air tight seal of some type that will hold up to the chemicals. You would be better off power coating or doing the spray on chrome process.
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