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You might throw me off for asking here, but my second bike has chrome mudguards which are pretty bare underneath; ie they haven't been treated.
What would you suggest as a good idea for treating underneath?
Waxoyl?
Spray paint them?
Just keep on with the ACF50?
Any other ideas appreciated.
Cheers:thumbup:
John
 

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I spray painted the ones I had on my BSA

Once done you can practically forget them

The lubricant routes would require more regular top ups
 

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If there is enough of a gap between fender and wheel then why not use underseal from a car?
 

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Thanks guys, I sprayed some ACF on the rear, but the front I can start from scratch. Paint spray might be easier, but I'll pop along to Halfords tomorrow and see what comes to hand.

Thanks again.

John
 

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Thanks guys, I sprayed some ACF on the rear, but the front I can start from scratch. Paint spray might be easier, but I'll pop along to Halfords tomorrow and see what comes to hand.

Thanks again.

John
Try Hammerite.
 

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car underseal is your best bet ,it goes on easy and is made just for this type of job.
5 min job:thumbup:
 

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i'd suggest underseal as did stumpy. :thumbup:
underseal remains soft and is less likely to chip or crack. if the surface is cleaned thoroughly before applying should last years as it does on a car.
 
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