Can anyone point me in direction for chrome valve covers? I forgot where they can be located. TIA
I've typed this and deleted it several times because I really don't like to do what I am about to do and that is talk about someone else's work, but my own personal experience with Classic Components in California is that "sometimes" their work is good, sometimes they want to blame very poor workmanship and a total lack of quality control on sub-standard base metals, and sometimes they quote you one price and one time frame and then charge you quite a differnet price and deliver in a much differnent time frame. Sometimes they return your calls, emails and faxes, sometimes they don't. As someone in the business of providing a quality product in a timely manner for a fair price, I can not do that nor can I recommend someone that does.mcallery said:Thanks for the positive feedback on Schroaders and the info on the wheels.
I ended up picking up a second set of wheels, bearings, tires for only $250. so I sent them out to Classic Components I think the name was, out in California. They'll chrome both wheels with a 5-step process, and ship them back, for $500. and they do gorgeous work.