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Old 05-27-2013, 08:05 AM
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where do you guys get the super high polished stainless steel for engine compartments i live in NJ anyone?

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you might want to try a mylar/lexan mirror, easier to cut and trim.
you could also try a commercial kitchen shop.

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try these place.
Sheet Products - Polished Sheet

http://www.speedymetals.com/default....FVRk7AodcFEATA


http://www.amerinoxprocessing.com/about.html

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polished alum diamond plate ???

if this is something u'd consider.. then there is a place in newport de that sells it.. i've used it and it's very nice.
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You may also want to try McMaster-Carr.

McMaster-Carr

They have a distribution center in Robbinsville NJ. They also have a "will call" counter where you can pick it up and save shipping. Not sure if they would have the size you need but may be worth a try.

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