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ok so i got bored and pulled my levers off and polished them today

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I am half way through my first fork.

I have polished everything else so far and they are the last to do.

Watch out. It is adicting
 

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lol i know i was just wondering how involved it is to remove the risers cause they look way easy to polish. Can i remove the front brake reservoir cover without having to re bleed the breaks? I might polish it before work in the morning lol. :eek: can't stop.....
 

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lol i know i was just wondering how involved it is to remove the risers cause they look way easy to polish. Can i remove the front brake reservoir cover without having to re bleed the breaks? I might polish it before work in the morning lol. :eek: can't stop.....
you should be able to do the reservoir cover and not have to bleed brakes. now get to work!:D
 

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Those look great!
 

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That is my plan for next winter.What did you use to get the machined lines smooth?
Plam sander with 120 grit worked out fine.
 

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looks great.where to stop is a big ? If you do the risers you might as well do the upper fork clamp.they both polish up great.I stopped polish when i ran out of silver parts.Square Rounder is rt.its addicting.
 

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I used a random orbital palm sander with 100, 120, 220 then black, brown , and finally green rouge
 

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update I polished the reservoir cap lol pics up tomorrow
 
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