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    how easy is it to start a little crome plating gig such as the amount of work the technical know how ect. and with the triple crome plating kit how good does the crome plating look also are their any additional tools neccesary to do this besides the basic hand and air tools. and also will i need to get a buffer or will a car buffer work to get started out. oh and one more thing with that kit how much stuff can i plate i want to do car and atv misc smaller parts such as swingarm and a arms
    its alot of damn work to be shinny

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    Re: start up kit

    First thing is you will have to assess the parts you want to plate to buy the right size kit for you
    Craig can help you with this. I personally like using a buffing machine but a car buffer may be ok for the parts you are going to be working on . The copy chrome kit is much easier to use and has no EPA regulations . Some people say that the triple chrome is better but I have using the copy chrome for about 2 years and have had no problems. The sales staff at Caswells can certainly help you with the things you may need for the projects you are working on
    Best of luck
    Jim Eaton

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      Re: start up kit

      thanks for the info the stuff i will be plating is no longer than two feet just misc smaller car and atv parts
      its alot of damn work to be shinny

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        Re: start up kit

        thanks for the info the stuff i will be plating is no longer than two feet just misc smaller car and atv parts also what the diff between the copy chrome and the triple chrome is this stuff durable and does it look as good as have a plating shop do it. Thanks Matt
        its alot of damn work to be shinny

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          Re: start up kit

          I have been using copy chrome about 2 years and it is much easier safer and cheaper to use then the triple chrome as far as durability I have not had any parts come back in the 2 years and have many repeat customers
          Jim Eaton

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            Re: start up kit

            thanks for the info
            its alot of damn work to be shinny

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