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You can see the pictures here:

https://imgur.com/a/i2dW3R4

The first picture is the chrome around the odometer.
The second picture is a steel plate on the left side of the bike.
The third is a bracket behind one of the side-panels.
The fourth is the air-intake cover. I think (?) it's plastic.

Any idea on how to clean these areas up and make them shiny? I've had mixed responses on Reddit. I just want to make the bike look as new as it truly is. I bought it when it has 11 miles on it from a garage in SLC. From the look of it it looks like the new bike probably sat outside for a while.

Let me know what you guys think.
 

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Do you know any history on the Bike? I'm thinking maybe disaster recovery. Flooding. Structure fire. Salt water exposure. Seems to new to simply be the result of owner neglect. You might try Never-Dull. It's the silver can with cotton treated with something that often works well when other things fail.
Good luck, and let us know how the clean up goes.
 

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Do you know any history on the Bike? I'm thinking maybe disaster recovery. Flooding. Structure fire. Salt water exposure. Seems to new to simply be the result of owner neglect. You might try Never-Dull. It's the silver can with cotton treated with something that often works well when other things fail.
Good luck, and let us know how the clean up goes.
real good for belt buckles.
 
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