I have seen DelGratta's booster and it is a quality job. I have my booster out currently and am also looking to get it replated.
I just spoke to San Diego tonight. Unfortunately, they won't replate your booster and return it...only an exchange basis. This is due to the fact that they sub out their plating work.
Because of this, they also won't do other parts such as the master cylinder lid and prop. valve bracket.
Will Brakeboosters do these other parts? I'd really like to get everything done at the same time....and get MY stuff back (no exchanges).
Steve McCorry - Central Ohio Camaro Club
'69 Camaro RS/SS-350 - Daytona Yellow
'95 Camaro Z-28 - Sebring Silver
click here to see my webpage ---> www.mindspring.com/~mccorry (updated 11/7/00)
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Jerry Macneish at www.Z28camaro.com will take your booster, lid and balancing valve bracket, rebuilt and replated and returned to you.
He rebuilds the booster himself and farms out the plating I think he sends them out in groups of 3 boosters at a time. Depending on business volume you could get them right back or it could take 3 or 4 weeks.
Don't know the current price for this.
1969 Indy Pace Car
350/300HP RPO Z11
Steve at brakeboosters.com did approx 30 various pcs including the booster (zinc, cadmium and grey phosphate)on my concourse LS-6 Chevelle, every part he returned to me was the part I sent into him. He is very good to work with and is in it for the love of the cars as well as the business so he CARES!
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