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Old 08-13-19, 09:33 AM
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Cycle Tourist
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I never found a spray that looked right. It ends up looking poorly painted. If it's really as bad as you say just sand, primer and paint. Fortunately the forks can be painted a contrasting color if a good match can't be made.
All that said, chrome can often look rusty but be saved with copious amounts of rubbing with a rubbing compound or WD40 and very fine steel wool.
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