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I just finished polishing my wheels the other night so I thought I would post some pics.
 

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Looks good man! I want to polish my frame do to my recent lowslide, got a few surface scratches in the paint I want to get rid of, and polishing looks good. Any tips?
 

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Nice bike, but lose the red barends. This is just my opinion but I think they make the bike look tacky. Other than that, nice bike!
 

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thanks for the compliments, i'll be getting anti-vib bar ends in later this month to replace the red ones. the polishing wasn't hard just to too long. my advice to anyone who wants it done: let someone else do it for you.
 

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firefighter81 said:
Nice bike, but lose the red barends. This is just my opinion but I think they make the bike look tacky. Other than that, nice bike!
+1 bike is sweet otherwise but if you like the red barends then keep 'em caus eit's yours..... :cool:
 

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when i did my F3 wheels it took me a total of 24 hours give or take. i sanded mine down and then went up. most ppl just strip i sanded and with sanding they come out alot better but it is alot of work. you start with 150 then go up the ladder up to 2000 wet.
 

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The wheels took a total of six hours to polish. I did have to take them off to do it a lot quicker, if they were on the bike it would have been a pain in the ass.
 
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