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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zl44RAVWap8

    Some might find this video by EuroGarage on polishing wheels helpful, his were in really rough shape. I plan on copying his idea for a lathe/jig to spin the wheels.

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    This is a great write up. I use a different method but I had a much more intensive process as a whole. Had to fix some rash first and had them professionally stripped. After everything hit them with a polishing wheel on my rotary polisher and Tripoli polishing compound. Patience pays off when doing it this way

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    This is a great write up. I use a different method but I had a much more intensive process as a whole. Had to fix some rash first and had them professionally stripped. After everything hit them with a polishing wheel on my rotary polisher and Tripoli polishing compound. Patience pays off when doing it this way

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpv View Post
    great write up on a diy for polishing. I have a commercial setup so I get to skip a lot of those steps. If you are local to the bay area and need polishing hit me up. Some of my work


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    Hello everyone,,
    nice write up. I've had the idea of polishing my brocks for a while now. The only thing really stopping me is that the lips are kinda badly curbed and they are powder coated.
    I guess the questions I have are:
    Can I fix the curb rash and still polish the lips?
    Powder coating must be a pain to take off, right?
    Last edited by Gabrial; 06-10-2019 at 11:50 AM.

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