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2014 Bonneville T100 - paint stripper / Scotchbrite pads / sand a bit, and polish....about 4 hours tops for the legs
loosened the top clamp and popped it off....same technique as the legs....polished the cup brackets too...again about 4 hours
I wasn't trying for "chrome" just a bit of shiny stuff staring back at me when I ride and visually lighten up the front end.
 

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Looks terrific.
Just did the same on my new to me T100. Used this stuff that Leno recommends. Wipe it on and off. No hard rubbing. Great results and so easy.
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Looks terrific.
Just did the same on my new to me T100. Used this stuff that Leno recommends. Wipe it on and off. No hard rubbing. Great results and so easy.
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Todcp.... u mean these product can strip the black paint off, without the need for any other chemical, paint stripper, sandpaper etc etc ......?
 

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Not a triumph, but reminds me of this bike. They removed all the paint and clear coated it. They didn't do the engine or frame
You're one looks much better, this one looked terrible, more polish might help but because of the clear coat that's impossible

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Not a triumph, but reminds me of this bike. They removed all the paint and clear coated it. They didn't do the engine or frame
You're one looks much better, this one looked terrible, more polish might help but because of the clear coat that's impossible

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last week, drop by Royal Enfield showroom to take a look at Interceptor, there is a chrome tank model .... its chrome but not polish chrome, its like neither here nor there.
 
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