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For anyone wondering if its possible to strip and polish the sprocket and engine covers on the bobber black, it is. A f****n nightmare but doable. I did the exhaust headers too.

What I used:
  • Paint stripper and a steel brush and steel wool
  • Thinners
  • Wet and dry sand paper (280, 360, 600, 1500, 2000)
  • A benchtop grinder with a scoth brite wheel, straw wheel and polishing fabric wheel, with cutting compound and rouge
  • Dremmel with wire brush and scotch brite heads
  • Heaps of god **** spare time
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Used to be a guy on here called great black north that had almost entire engine stripped of paint and highly polished. It looked super clean and like it rolled outta the 60s
 
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