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Professional polishing #301171
Mon Jan 30 2012 11:51 AM
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Does anyone know or could anyone refer a good polisher for gas pump nozzles, pump parts, etc. I need someone who will polish 100% of the objects including getting rid of all casting lines and defects. I don't mind shipping and time isn't an issue. Thanks old gassers!

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Re: Professional polishing [Re: Notchcad] #301172
Mon Jan 30 2012 11:54 AM
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HARVEY, OLDGAS MEMBER HERE. hope this helps.


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Re: Professional polishing [Re: Loyd Pierce] #301183
Mon Jan 30 2012 12:28 PM
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Anyone else besides Harvey? He's a good guy and a really quick turn around but I need someone who does the part 100%. I want anything I have polished to be a show piece by themselves and to be on he same level as I do my paint and body work.

Re: Professional polishing [Re: Notchcad] #301184
Mon Jan 30 2012 12:31 PM
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From what I can see harveys work looks top notch and I am very picky.


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Re: Professional polishing [Re: 57tbirdkid] #301186
Mon Jan 30 2012 12:41 PM
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It does look great in the pictures! Anyone else?

Re: Professional polishing [Re: Notchcad] #301210
Mon Jan 30 2012 02:26 PM
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Check with John, aka Oldracer. He just had a Gilbarco nozzle bezel restored. It turned out incredible. He never said how much but he did say it was expensive. He has before and after pictures posted on his web site, maybe he would share the info with you??

Re: Professional polishing [Re: TUCKER48] #301211
Mon Jan 30 2012 02:29 PM
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Just fixing to suggest oldracer, he has some great nozzles ,for sale didn't know if he done them or not,but they are very nice.


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