Originally Posted by Ray
You know I really think about my fingers throbbing and those sharp points. I am wearing those blue rubber gloves now. Actually , I really enjoy this kind of stuff, like bringing new life back into old stuff that no one else wants to mess with fixing back up. I enjoy waxing , polishing the little detail things too. After I got the front wheel looking better, I really noticed the back wheel needed it too. I cleaned them up much better than when they were when I got it, but this is like bringing new life back into it. It ranks right up there with replacing that piece of crap EHC. I just needed the right stuff to do
it. The hardest part is getting off the concrete after a couple to several hours in the same position. If you all lived close by I would have you lined up in my driveway to shine up those scooters, of course you would have to leave the keys with them.
the best advice is to get a lift table...... best thing I've bought for my bikes..