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They also don't understand that fuel plates are steel and you don't anodize steel. Can't ever recall seeing a "painted" one either. There are some Chicom stainless ones floating around but the factory ones are not coated in any way. Thing's in an oil bath so as long as they don't corrode on the shelf, there's no need for a coating.
I dunno. I'm in the "fuel plates are so 2005" camp. To each their own.
A cheap one was given to me and i couldn't get the afc back on with it installed.
I went to a home ground then a TST. TST pretty much started modifying the fuel plates, so feel better supporting them then everyone else that copied them.
Daily driver/ workhorse: 1994 2500SLT 4x4 Auto. Hewitt EGT, Boost, Trans gauges, Under hood Mech FP gauge, Trident fuel lines, Tork Tek OFV, Mag-Hytec DD Transmission Pan, Ford manual hub conversion, Diamond eye 4" turbo back, 37337 Upgrade. 260K
98 2500slt 4x4 ECLB moldy G56, south bend clutch 3rd gen trac bar , boxed control arms, billet tappet cover w/ dual breathers trident fuel lines, Tork Tek OFV, 4' stainless side dump with muffler 240k