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hello eppersrn, welcome to GWOF. if the faux wood is held on like the plastic chrome then there is two sided tape holding it on and a heat gun should get warm enough to get the glue soft enough so you can get the faux wood off the bike
 

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I would think if you were sure to clean any wax and sanded it well , then primed and painted it would be fine.

If it's held on with double sided tape. You might be able to loosen it up using a heat gun or hair drier. Then clean up the plastic with rubbing Alcohol.
 

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Welcome to the site. If you're hoping to re-do the trim, I've seen kits available, Larry mentioned e-bay, and I think that's where I've seen them.
 

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Welcome from the Keystone state. Enjoy the forum and ride safe..
 
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