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My black coasted triple was all scratched up from the key and I have a few days while I wait for my new sprockets to come in so I decided to polish it. I've been using 220 wet/dry and wet sanding it trying to get all of the black anodizing or whatever it is off. I've got it all off on the easy spots but there's so many little details to get into and I'm having a bitch trying to get it all out, any advice?
 

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If you're going to polish something that small...may as well get it dipped. Less effort to keep it clean.
 

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yeah, I might eventually but the bikes down for two days and I already have everything apart, I at least want to get everything off of it and go up a few grits to get it looking decent. I have a dremel, what kind of disk is it? Can I get disks in like 320, 400, 600, 1200 blahblahblah?
 
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