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Old 01-09-2021, 04:54 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Arrow Plating Co Ft. Worth, TX

Second time having a batch of fasteners plated at Arrow Plating Co. in Ft. Worth, TX http://www.arrowplating.com/

Excellent quality. Excellent service. The fasteners are held until a large batch is ready so it may take a few weeks - plan accordingly. Payment is on the honor system - my batches were returned with payment invoices included.

Avoid doing any business with Kaehr Plating in Albuquerque btw.
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Old 01-10-2021, 05:01 AM   #2
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Re: Arrow Plating Co Ft. Worth, TX

They're local to me and I use them regularly. Super good folks over there and dirt cheap.



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Re: Arrow Plating Co Ft. Worth, TX

I should extend a thank you. You mentioned Arrow in a post a while ago. When my go-to company slipped under the poor management of the now retired owners son-in-law I figured I’d try Arrow. Definitely seem like good folks. Thank you.
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Re: Arrow Plating Co Ft. Worth, TX

I'm glad they served you well. I don't remember mentioning them here specifically to be honest. But I do speak up any time someone is looking for a plating outfit. The motorcycle guys regularly get gang raped on their plating work and they just can't believe that you can get a big batch done for what amounts to a modest take-out food meal price.

I will say, you wouldn't want to go over there after dark though. They're in a pretty shady part of town, right on some railroad tracks, beneath a bridge. Homeless people everywhere. Tall fences and barbed wire are the norm over there.
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Old 01-10-2021, 09:08 AM   #5
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Re: Arrow Plating Co Ft. Worth, TX

They list a mailing address and a PO Box. The former Albuquerque citizen in me said to mail the check to their PO Box so it doesn’t get stolen by thieves. Sounds like that was the right decision.

Albuquerque has seen several recent episodes of carriers being robbed at gun point.
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