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Removing & Replacing Coolant Hard Lines

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1tondriver

Well I ended up just stripping the paint with them on the bike. Turned out pretty good and look better than the chalky black and white color they were before. Took about 45 minutes start to finish. Just need to fill up with coolant and done. Sucks not being able to ride. We should be in the mid 50’s and have been around freezing and getting colder. Ugh..

 

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Jord

They look amazing. What did you use to get them looking like that!? 

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mossrider
Just now, 1tondriver said:

 Sucks not being able to ride. We should be in the mid 50’s and have been around freezing and getting colder. Ugh..

That's just

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Looks good tho.

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1tondriver
12 minutes ago, mossrider said:

That's just

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Looks good tho.

😂 thanks, is an improvement over what they looked like  

 

14 minutes ago, Jord said:

They look amazing. What did you use to get them looking like that!? 

Wheel cleaner and a scotch brite of all things. Then I just hit them with a little rubbing compound and done. 

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bugsinteeth

lookin' good man  !     u can come and do mine anytime !

 

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