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Old 05-12-10, 12:54 AM   #1
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cheap chrome parts?

anyone know any locals, or online shops to get some chrome plated parts fairly cheap?

ie, frame/forks, bars, wheels, stems, cranks, seatposts, brakes/levers, pedals, chains.....

I wanna put together a couple of custom all chrome bmxs, just easy riders, bonus +1 for oddities, like a chrome plated haro bashguard or a gt chrome plated fork standers, alluminum or steel doesnt matter, cheaper the better.

PS: also, can you keep your eyes open for a set of Boss decals, Team Model Edition, made in Oakland, Ca, no idea on date, serial # is D1419. didnt want to start another begging thread...

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Old 05-12-10, 07:44 PM   #2
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it would probly be cheeper to get the parts and go through your yellow pages and find a place to get them plated crome isnt that expensive i dont think and it would probly be a bach cost insted of part for part, its probly allot cheeper than buying all new parts.
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PS: also, can you keep your eyes open for a set of Boss decals, Team Model Edition, made in Oakland, Ca, no idea on date, serial # is D1419.
Calabazas Cyclery in San Jose may have some, as they still have some old Boss stock laying around. (408) 366-2453

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awsome thanks cmc
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