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    ISO Bicycle Chromer In Tucson Area

    I have an '83 Gilmour custom that I am considering restoring. I've contacted Andy Gilmour, the original builder, and he says he no longer does chome as he can't trust the chrome platers. I'm OK will full paint for the main frame, but I would still like to get the fork chromed.

    Any suggestions for chrome platers in the Tucson, AZ area?

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    Try Royal Plating.

    That's just from my search fu though. No experience, no knowledge of them other than what I found online. No idea if they have bike experience.
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