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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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    I feel this write up is too long and the list of stuff to use needs to be updated. Here are my results using own method. Yes, I also polished the centers. If anyone is interested I can tell you what to buy for the same results.


    Last edited by SeeClass; 12-16-2019 at 02:47 PM.

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    I can move your post up to the first one, let me look over whats best

  6. #206

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    Great info!!! I wish the pics worked though.

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    Gonna try this at home

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