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    so i found this guy in mesa that polishs all kinds of stuff out of his house in mesa az, and man are his prices good and does awsome work. this guy does stuff right out of his house and gets it done fast to. anyone that needs a great polisher here is his number 480-255-9498 his name is gato does all kinds of stuff and hes fair priced also. tell him jake sent you .

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    might want to post up some pics and prices to give folks an idea what kind of work he does.
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    Tell Gato I said hey Jake. Old friend from back in the day. Haven't seen him in a few years. Think he was doing some polishing at the Harley shop on Country Club Dr. a couple years back. He does do some good work.

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    so i found this guy in mesa that polishs all kinds of stuff out of his house in mesa az, and man are his prices good and does awsome work. this guy does stuff right out of his house and gets it done fast to. anyone that needs a great polisher here is his number 480-255-9498 his name is gato does all kinds of stuff and hes fair priced also. tell him jake sent you .

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    Does he do knobs?

    (Sorry couldn't resist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Mohican View Post
    Does he do knobs?

    (Sorry couldn't resist)
    Im sure he does, and he does it right out of his garage!
    Nothing wrong with garage work IMO!

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    he did the rhs heads on my boat turned out really nice ill try and post some pics. as for prices thats for him to decide the number is there and he is top notch in my book.

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    Starting to read some good things about those heads! What size?

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    Cool, been looking for a reliable shop now that I am a Eastsider. The shop I went to when I lived in Phx closed. Got some chit I will be taking to him soon...

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    I use USA polishing out of lake elsinore, he did my scoop tray on my boat for 20bucks. He also re polished my rail kit for 20bucks.
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    Man I love the polished look, but for my energy.... Powdercoat is key! Haha
    "i'm into snatchin' kisses... and vice-versa!" haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 84Condor View Post
    Man I love the polished look, but for my energy.... Powdercoat is key! Haha
    u polish then clear coat over it

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    Good call!
    "i'm into snatchin' kisses... and vice-versa!" haha

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    Mothers Billet polish does wonders for keeping polished shi* polished. Last trip three days on the water, and my pump looks like the day I re-polished. Expensive but good shi*.

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    If my boat was like my last one and didnt have a covered engine it would be powdercoat only. Now only those things that are covered get polished. My powerflow exhaust may look cool powdercoated though...maybe next year

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