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    Do you have this in a one piece this size for a 9 bolt steering wheel
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    I'm very close to being out but do have a couple colors I could strip and redo polished or different color ano. So yes I do have but likely a bit of time to rework into what you want. They are on the build sheet but no new ones for a few weeks. Let me know what you need...
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    What is the total length of it,How muck would the one piece be,and in color blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    What is the total length of it,How muck would the one piece be,and in color blue.
    They are 4 1/8" long. I can do anodize blue this coming week but have no powder coat blue running soon. We are sending blue ano on Tuesday likely so let me know if you need it so I can get stripped and repolished for blue. #457836, $74.99
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    Rex what is the best way to strip ano?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLD MAN ON THE LAKE View Post
    Rex what is the best way to strip ano?
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    In quantity, take it to an anodizer and have them dip in the etch tank.

    For a couple pieces, go to home depot and get yourself a gallon of industrial purple made by Zep. It has acid in it. Put the part in appropriate plastic container and bathe in IP for a few minutes. Be aware that the anodize may not all be removed when the color first disappears. Rinse the part with water and you can tell if there is clear ano left, you need more etching. You will need to repolish the part after stripping as the shine will be etched off.

    Wear protective gloves and eyewear when doing the above.
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    [QUOTE=OLD MAN ON THE LAKE;1605524]Rex what is the best way to strip ano?

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