Bill,antique diver wrote:Mark, that's a beautiful regulator....
but, you might consider backing off a bit on the betel nut use. It can make you goofy and stain your teeth.
Thanks Eben. Took me a while but the rebuild finally came together. As for re-chroming I found a small shop in Santa Ana, CA. The guy knows zero about diving or regulators but he did a fantastic job. Looks like he usually does motorcycle and auto parts. He charged $45 to strip and re-chrome just the exhaust can. Don't know how that compares to anything as this is the first one i've had done. On the other hand, I went to three other shops first and was universally told my job was too small. I told my guy i had friends with similar projects that live all over the country and his response was that he didn't turn down business, no matter how small. It did take him about 5 weeks to get enough small jobs together to do mine, but he did great work. I can give you or anyone that wants it his contact info. Just let me know. MarkSurfLung wrote: Really nice job on that reg. Can I ask what you are doing for chrome plating (since Dave doesn't do it anymore)?
Thanks Nem. Now look here. MarkNemrod wrote:Now that is bad axx. Great work, a fine accomplishment for sure.
Were any men in black involved? Any memories erased .
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