Disc brake dust shields, coil brackets, pulleys, fans, bolts, fasteners, jack shafts and more. Comes in Silver.
Hood hinges, hood latches, shift rods, carb. linkage and more. Available in Charcoal Gray and Black.
Boosters, master cylinder covers, disc brake caliper brackets, smog parts, brackets, jack shafts and more. Available in Gold Iridite.
Nuts, bolts and other hardware. Available in Black Satin over a silver base.
Nuts, bolts and other hardware. Available in XXX and XXX.
This plating is the same as new silver nuts and bolts you'd buy at the hardware store. Use it to renew the original finish that was used on many parts of your car such as bolts, brackets, and fasteners. Clear Zinc provides a more durable original finish and won't chip. Available in Silver.
Zinc Phosphate replaces the unsightly paint many restorers use incorrectly. It's suitable for hood hinges springs and latches, carb linkage, brackets, and miscellaneous pieces, including clutch cross shafts. It won't chip like most painted items do. Available in Charcoal Grey and Black.
Black Zinc plating is used for nuts, bolts, fasteners, brackets and miscellanous other items It protects parts from rust and corrosion, and it won't chip like other painted items. Come in. Satin Black over a silver base.
Far superior to any spray can product available, Zinc Dichromate is the same finish found when opening most original brake boosters. This gold plating has red and green running through it. Note: Metal that has pitting will still have pits under the plating when replated unless polished out. Available in Gold Iridite.
Cadmium is a soft white metal that, when plated onto steel, cast iron, malleable iron, copper, or powdered metal, provides excellent corrosion resistance at relatively low thickness. It has a low friction coefficient leading to good lubricity, predictable torque characteristics, good electrical conductivity. Also easy to solder. Available in (XXXXcolor)
LABEL EVERY PART
Clearly label all large parts with the type of plating needed.
Put parts that are to be plated the same color together in one package. Keep parts to be plated in different colors packaged separately within a larger box so that they don't mix in transit.
Put a note inside the box with your phone number and email so we can contact you upon receipt.arrival.
PACK THEM CAREFULLY
Use plenty of packing material to protect your parts and to keep them from damaging the box and possibly falling out.
Our motto is, the stiffer the cardboard, the better the box. Please also note that ziplock bags may leak during transit.
Remember to provide adequate insurance on your package en route to us in case of damage or loss.
We primarily use UPS to ship. We recommend you go directly to a terminal office (as opposed to a privately-owned satellite office) for the best pricing. See their website for estimated shipping costs.
Pack it yourself to save money or have them pack it for you. Allow 5-7 days each way.