Not aware of that. I've used it extensively for nuts and bolt heads, peg hangars etc. I wouldn't be game to use it on chrome or stainless; I use Brasso and Mr Sheen as alternatives. I use Autosol more as a 'restorer' than a weekly polish type application.I always thought autosol was too course for aluminium? I’ve been using Mothers ally polish, seems to be used a lot in the states
Noooo. Don't paint it. Looks great as is, as if it's meant to be that way. You could try a 'once over' with Autosol if you want a deeper shinier finish. I'd be proud to have that on my bike though - if that's any sort of reference point!!All new seals and cleaned it up, thinking I should strip it back down and paint it though
Is the grip now on the throttle tube? The grip can interfere with the throttle cable housing and make it stick. Other than that, post a pic of how you have them routed.Anyway I have been working on the 98 today, I fitted the new throttle tube and connected up the new throttle cables and when it was off the bar it snapped back perfectly, once on the handle bar it sticks New cables, new throttle tube and fresh carbs! Any suggestions? Cables aren’t bound as far as I can tell and it’s all new?!
Thanks Ian, yeah the grip is on the tube and when the setup is off the bike it works freely. When I got the bike the throttle was sticking the same way but I thought with new carbs, throttle tube and cables it would have sorted it....Is the grip now on the throttle tube? The grip can interfere with the throttle cable housing and make it stick. Other than that, post a pic of how you have them routed.