Best wat to remove lacquer?

HullBorn

Retro Guru
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Past the point of no return :shock:

Paint stripper applied.
 

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HullBorn

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Forks and a few components cleaned. The frame is just about stripped. Need to get the wire wool and autosol on it.
 

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HullBorn

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Just about done. Need to decide if I should go at the bad with with wet and dry or leave as is. It's not perfect but it's cleaned up okay.
 

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Kona-Ian

Senior Retro Guru
That looks smart.
As said I'd just leave the chainsuck, it's a used bike and you expect a bit here and there.
 
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