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help on restoring a dyno compe?

Old 11-21-04, 11:36 AM
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help on restoring a dyno compe?

i bought a 90s dyno compe and some of the chrome on the forks has some rust i want to use car spray paint, do i have to sand the chrome out first or just paint over it.
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sand it.
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While you really want the chrome gone, which can be accomplished by sandblasting it off. You must at the very least scuff it up with a wire wheel or something so that the paint will stick. Paint typically has a very difficult time sticking to chrome plating.
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