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  1. MyRed675
    07-20-10 18:37
    Well as far as the fairings go, you could sand those down with a random orbital sander, first with 180 grit then 320 grit with a padded backing. Afterwards, use some sandable primer and prime it then sand it with a very fine 3M sanding sponge. After you get it all primed, you can spray it with paint then clearcoat it. As far as your tank goes, you can sand it down and rough up that area, then fill it in 3-5 stages using a good quality, flexible filler. The one I used is a two-part filler made by 3M. You'll need to go to an autobody supply store for your supplies.

    If you're interested, another option would be having me do the work for you. I used to do body and paintwork for cars but now I just focus on bikes. I could give you a price to fix and paint everything, if you'd like. I have the experience and the supplies and tools. But if you want to try to fix it yourself, that's cool, I'll still help you out with whatever questions you have. --David
  2. hdoskocil
    07-19-10 23:41
    Hey you left a reply on my post about lowsiding earlier and said i could message you for some more advice, so i am. I've been looking into sanding, priming, and painting it myself. Any advice is appreciated.

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    New Orleans area
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    '08 Red Daytona 675


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