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It was a very nice day today temp about 65 degree F,so decided to get out the Blue Diamond polish and Dremel and do some polishing on the wheels of the Wing.They looked like they have never been done.Just got one side of the front wheel done,even with the Dremel it was pretty tough work for a old man.Maybe over the coming week I can get front and back done.The pic on the left is before,the right is after.I do think I will have to polish them a couple more times before I get the shine I'm after.(1991 Wing).
 

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Nice improvement, BobbyJoe! Another couple of times and they'll be mirror-finished. Got to get me one of them there Dremel tools!:eek:
 

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Nice. I've just been using muscle power and the aluminum is tough to keep looking good.
 

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I have a Mother's Power Ball and it's easy to use. Pop it on the cordless Dewalt and away you go.
 

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Looks good.
 

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Well poop.. And here I thought I had missed another holiday from the title line. :p:p

..Looks nice.!! Might hasta put my Dremel to work. Hafta wonder if that "John Holmes Extend-a-Dremel" that came with it might finally be useful. :rolleyes::D:cool: d:^) Schneeks..
 

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When I was looking over my bike with the seller I thought , " That's odd . The rear rim is painted black ". What did I know, never had a Goldwing.
Brake dust is a NASTY :eek: thing!
 
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