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MOTORCYCLE POLISHING 101 CLASS IS IN SESSION!

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  • #61
    Re: MOTORCYCLE POLISHING 101 CLASS IS IN SESSION!

    Originally posted by boxertricks View Post
    Iv just looked at the edge of my rims aand theres some small chunks missing through damage is there any way i can repair this? thanks
    If you're going to polish them then about the only way to fix the 'chunks' is to TIG weld them. Then again you have got to figure the cost of the repairs versus the cost of another set of wheels!

    Originally posted by boxertricks View Post
    then im going to go to 80-120-300-400-620-800-920-1000-then im going to start polishing
    Your wasting your time and money using all those different grits of paper. Match the finish to the surface to be polished to the grit of the sand paper. The Emory rouge is about 400 grit so you won't need to use any finer grit paper that 400 grit!
    Try using a flap wheel on your spokes to smooth them out. There fairly pliable and should contour to the spoke.

    John

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    • #62
      Re: MOTORCYCLE POLISHING 101 CLASS IS IN SESSION!

      All of the pictures for this guide seem to be corrupt Anyone else having this problem??

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      • #63
        Re: MOTORCYCLE POLISHING 101 CLASS IS IN SESSION!

        There are pictures?

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        • #64
          Re: MOTORCYCLE POLISHING 101 CLASS IS IN SESSION!

          Bump to the top. Good info!

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