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Brass plating help
#773192 Fri Dec 31 2021 10:25 PM
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Hello. Looking for high quality & reliable brass plating companies for a Fry restoration that I'm doing. Thanks.

Rich

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Re: Brass plating help
Newpumpguy71 #773195 Sat Jan 01 2022 03:35 AM
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I have used Courtesy Metal Polishing for chrome several times based on recommendations from members here. They did an excellent job and I plan to keep using them.


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Re: Brass plating help
Newpumpguy71 #773198 Sat Jan 01 2022 07:16 AM
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I dont think I ended up doing any plating at all, just a lot of home polishing. You could always buy brass rods and thread them too. Brass plating is easier than chroming, should be able to find some good places.

I'm kind of glad it wasnt all brass, think it be too much.

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