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Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by 70lt1z28, May 12, 2018.
WD40 is inferior to FLUID FILM, BOESHIELD or LPS3
Most guys are wrong !!!!!!!!!
I use an old Coleman double burner white gas camp stove...stainless pots and trays to cook in a must, stainless dip basket with fine mesh for small parts and hardware...a thermometer, tongs or dippers.
Bring temp up to 200 F and drop parts in solution. When fizzing stops, plating is complete. Rinse and spray with Boeshield or similar. Real easy...start with clean, rust free and pit-free hardware...I bead blast most parts.
But WD40 will work fine. I bet I have bolts I plated 15 years ago and sprayed them with WD40. They haven't rusted yet.
get a turkey frier. hinges will fit and turn out great. ed
Going look into this. So saving for later. Ricky
I love this process, works great. I learned about it from Chuck years ago. Can anybody confirm that Palmetto Enterprises, Scott Owens is still in business.
Believe he is still in business. Ck out mag phos parkerizing solution on eBay.
I'm glad to see him back. I had done a vid awhile back on the process, then the links no longer worked. Here is a link to his eBay store: https://www.ebay.com/usr/palmettoenterprises_21?_trksid=p2047675.l2559
Since I couldn't reach Scott for awhile I had switch over to DuraCoat. I like it also.
I used the Palmetto Manganese chemical treatment followed up with Boeshield. Works nicely too.
Used zinc electroplating system on pinion nut , washer and rear sway bar drop link upper mounting nut.,.. Comes out gray, then buff to shine with soft wire wheel.