All charges are based on the weight and destination of your package. Minimum charge is $8.00. All parts are normally shipped via UPS. The U.S. Post Office may be used when necessary. Shipping charges are in addition to quoted plating prices.
When packing brake boosters for shipping, the part that needs to be protected is the rod going to the brake pedal. Bumping this rod sideways, may cause the rear hub to break.
Do Not remove front pushrod from your booster. This is required in order to rebuild your booster. Double bag or double box small parts by color of plating to avoid mixing during shipping. USE LOTS OF PACKING!!! If in doubt, call first.
When packaging your parts for shipping, keep in mind that you may know what is in that bag of bolts, etc., and how it needs to be plated, but I do not. With that in mind, please observe the following suggestions:
See the photo below below which shows you the best way to keep from breaking the rear hub on your booster. Use zip ties, as pictured, to immobilize the rod between the brackets.
Boosters Inc. is proud to offer plating services to the owners of American
Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Oldsmobile, Plymouth,
Pontiac as well as Ford Mustang, Torino and most anything that moves or doesn't.
My plating services have been used on Porsche, Ferarri, Mercedes, BMW and many
more. These include antique tractors and snowmobiles. The finishes we offer
include Clear or Silver Zinc, Gold or Yellow Zinc Dichromate, Black Zinc, Grey
and Black Phosphate. We're also able to offer Chrome Plating, but in most
instances will need to see the items to be chromed for a quote. Since 1983,
Brake Boosters continues to offer high quality power brake booster restoration
for most 1964 to 1982 GM cars and light trucks, including GTO, Camaro, Chevelle,
Corvette, Nova, Cutlass 442, Skylark and more. Please contact us to discuss your
needs. You can find contact information on our Home Page.
Last Updated 17 May 2012