I’m having mine rechromed now. The person that is doing them is in Lancaster, PA (K & L Plating). He gave me the option of removing the chrome myself to save on costs. It’s a lot of work (I learned to appreciate why shops charge what they do) if you have the time but the savings are substantial. I’m paying $100 a bumper. That price is strickly plating. I removed all chrome and nickel finishing and polished the bumpers prior to delivery. To get them done at that price, they have to be shiny steel when he gets them. The price goes up fast if they need work.
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