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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 10:55 am 
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Hi everybody,

I am planning on polishing my Deda Newton bars, but to do so I first need to remove the coating on the bars. I am guessing the bars are powder coated. Can anyone confirm this? Just to make sure I am using the right stuff to remove the coating.

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Why don't you just get the polished version, they're not that expensive & is there a risk of altering the handlebars strength?

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The polished version is also coated, so it won't help me to remove the coating before polishing.

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The regular bars are just anodized... san/polish away.


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