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Old 03-26-2019, 11:28 PM   #1
bucket-o-rust
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Default 30 roadster top irons

I have a set of 30 original roadster top irons. They are in perfect condition with no rust or rust pits. I have them glass bead blasted. I do not want to take them apart for any reason. My question is can the part that connects to the quarter panel be chrome plated first then the rest of he assy be powder coated? What order would be best to do this? What would the area where the chrome and the powder coating meet look like if they were not taken apart? What would happen to the chrome plating in the hinge area after the plateing process the first time the assy was folded?
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