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  • mcaswell
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    is the copy chrome a comparible finish to the show quality triple chrome plate? would I be able to notice the difference between a triple chrome and copy chrome? is so, by how much?
    Yes, both in color and durability. We've sold lots of the Copy Chrome™ kits to customers and everyone is very satisfied.

    you state that copy chrome is tougher than nickel, tougher as in how? tough like hard chrome? will the copy chrome hold up to conditions a vehicles gives?
    Tougher as in durability. Like decorative chrome. Yes, it will stand up to vehicle use.

    If I were to buy the 4 gallon kit, could I turn that into a 20 gallon kit by adding more water and sulferic acid?
    No. You need more crystals, water and more anodes also. Acid is not required. Call us and we'll arrange a custom quote.

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  • ruzzzell
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    Need info before I purchase

    I just got the online manual and read through it my first day. I understand most of it but have a few questions.

    I have a 125 amp rectifier already. I plan to plate big parts, upwards of a maximum of 5 square feet(720 square inches). It looks like I won't be able to triple chrome plate, since i would need 720 amps for the chrome plate. So I am leaning towards buying the Copy Chrome kit since 1 amp can do 15 square inches, or in my case, a maximum of 1875 square inches, way more than I need.

    So my main question is the copy chrome a comparible finish to the show quality triple chrome plate? would I be able to notice the difference between a triple chrome and copy chrome? is so, by how much? I plan to plate every single piece on my drag cars that I possible can.

    Another question, you state that copy chrome is tougher than nickel, tougher as in how? tough like hard chrome? will the copy chrome hold up to conditions a vehicles gives?

    Last question, If I were to buy the 4 gallon kit, could I turn that into a 20 gallon kit by adding more water and sulferic acid? Like I stated before, I plan to do upto 5 square feet so the 4 gallons won't cut it, for when i want to plate dirtbike frames and big car parts.

    and as always, you guys rock and thanks for any help you give me.
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