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Old 05-28-2016, 02:12 AM   #1
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need a good cad plater that can refinish all my drag wire clevis ends

Anyone have a suggestion?


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Have you thought of stainless ones from steen?


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Update: prop overhaul shops poses this capability and in my case are happy to run my parts with other batches. for those restoring older machines this may be worthwhile looking into to.
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On my engine billing it has this:

Performed By: United Plating Works, Inc.
http://upwtulsa.com/

they re-plated all the engine hardware.


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