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post #1 of 7 Old 11-30-2003, 12:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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I was looking on the web the other day and came across moto chrome and was wandering if any of you had any experiences with it? web page is www.moto-chrome.com
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Re: Moto-chrome

Sounded to easy to me. A lot of "chrome applications" will peel and chip.
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Re: Moto-chrome

yea it did sound alittle to easy to me too! maybe someone on here has dealt with it so please let me know.
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Re: Moto-chrome

I emailed them about a year ago for a small sample of their product to do on an inconspicuous area of my bike and was declined. I they would have shipped me a little so I could have tested it I could give you guys an idea. But as it is, I'm still waiting to see it in person also. Looks like it is just a very good polish job.
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Re: Moto-chrome

Well what I heard about it is that its just a really good polishing job, it has paint remover some gloves no real chemicals to make the bike chrome. All in all its a job you can do by going to your auto supply store and buyinh sand paper some gloves paint remover mothers polish and a rag. For the money you pay for that moto chrome stuff you can buy BIKE PARTS!


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Re: Moto-chrome

ok thanks all looks like i'll just have to stick to the basics with some good old elbow grease!!
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Re: Moto-chrome

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ok thanks all looks like i'll just have to stick to the basics with some good old elbow grease!!
Don't do it dood!!!! For me it was more touble then it was worth. I only did it cause the frame on mine looked like sh!t. I wish i would have powder coated mind now.

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