Deve, look for an industrial plating place in your town. They will have the
means to zinc plate those tid bits with pro looks. I had my battery cover for my
50 yellow zinc plated and it looks brand new. You can get almost any color
including clear. They guy showed me some small parts that were plated for some
big company out here and the appearance is very impressive. And cheap, too.
Deve Krehbiel wrote:
> I have about a 55 Gal. Drum of misc Nuts, Bolts and Washers. They are really
> gunky and I am in the process of blasting them all. Once they are sand
> blasted, they look really clean but I had another step in mind.... plating.
> I noticed Eastwood has a Zinc electroplating process and a Black Oxide
> process. I want to do this in the most efficient way possible. Neither looks
> very production oriented. Does anyone have a better idea? I want to protect
> all these parts after blasting because they will rust over time.
> Deve Krehbiel
> Hesston, Kansas
> 1950 3100 * 1949 3600 * 1948 4400
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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