Polishing Aluminum

Mopar Body and Trim

  1. CudaChick1968

    CudaChick1968 The Mistress of Metal FABO Gold Member FABO Vendor

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    Nice bit of instruction there Six. Looks like we have more in common than just being Katrina refugees. LOL

    31-year old valve covers on arrival ...

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    Coming along nicely ...

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    Mully, check with Mark at InFinish.com for great deals on consumables. EW gets their stuff from somewhere else and marks it up accordingly.

    Knowing I'm gonna catch some flak, I'll say I kicked down for the 'big 10 inch' 1 1/3 hp setup and I love it. TONS of time and work but the results are incredible.
     
  2. chuckles

    chuckles Banned

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    cuda chick, I need something else polished, you game?lol
     
  3. CudaChick1968

    CudaChick1968 The Mistress of Metal FABO Gold Member FABO Vendor

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    You know I am Chuckles. Whatcha got?
     
  4. HemiMark

    HemiMark Well-Known Member

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    A rocket maybe?

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  5. mullinax95

    mullinax95 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah those are coming along nicely!

    Thanks I'll check it out.

    I've walked past this big motor I have to many times... I need to get some wheels and stuff for it!
     
  6. Brad4406

    Brad4406 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Your work looks amazing. They look like chrome, but better.

    My buddy polishes up his aluminum and stainless parts for his chopper the same way and let me do a couple of parts on his set up also. You sure are right about it flinging smaller parts when it gets a hold of them.

    Very nice work.
     
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