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Is nickel-chrome finish cost prohibitive for lead lures



(-----) 2004

I am a small manufacturer of fishing lures. I would like to know if a nickel-chrome finish is possible for application on lead, and is it too cost prohibitive. The part in question is 1 3/9 oz in weight and has round attachment loops(steel wire) on each end which coould be readily used for hanging on a fixture during the process. Any info will be appreciated.

Bill Johnson
lures - Arlington, Texas , USA
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2004

Only your customers (your market) can say if it will be cost prohibitive. We can't. But fishing items can and are routinely nickel plated by the millions. G. Marrufo-Mexico

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
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