Shining Up Dirt Bike Parts The Easy Way!

Shining Up Dirt Bike Parts The Easy Way!


Scotch Brite Wheels

★CR250 Parts List
★Tools I Used on CR250

These CR250 parts were pretty clean already, but I’m taking them to the next level with the scotch brite wheel. Shining up dirt bike parts has never been easier!
-Cameron
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100 Comments on "Shining Up Dirt Bike Parts The Easy Way!"


  1. Cool video but is it really worth the time and effort after the bike is used a few time's it will be back looking the same again I used to do the same thing but the older I got the less time I had to do it

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  2. Dude put a pillow behind your bench grinder in case it catches & goes zing a bing bing! Not only does it protect the part but catches it so you’re not looking all over your garage for a bolt! It happens, law of averages 👍I do the same stuff from billit, brushed to mirrored 👍

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  3. Had a set of Harley Sportster forks that someone dented badly. looks like they used a hammer to separate them. Got them looking great. Started with a course file, working through sandpaper, course to fine, polishing compound to Mothers Mag Polish with a polishing wheel on my electric drill. Looked like chrome when done.

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  4. I’m working on a vintage Honda CB900. Can this method be followed by a polishing pads for a mirror finish

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  5. 1999 kx125 fmf fatty gold series with shorty silencer.its looking a bit dull, faded and tatty so I'm going to do a full rebuild

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  6. Cripes!.. I'm like that's a pretty good idea, that pad does wonders.. watchin ya go thru kickstarter, shifter, smaller items etc.. I'm thinkin, Ya! imma do this tomorrow.. then ya wheel around the frickin subframe.. I bout lost my shit.. mightta spit out a lil beer.. you ain't fkn round.. Good stuff Lmao.

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  7. I ordered the fine pads from your site, would the fine pads work to remove rust or should I use the rough ones for that and what kind of grinder do you recommend, 1/3 hp or 1/2 hp does the speed make a difference in the results?

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  8. Won’t parts start to corrode if you get crazy with that scotch pad? I think you would have to always clean your parts like that if you do it once.

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  9. just did the wheel bearings on the front and back of my 2004 RM250 had no idea i could have cleaned the axles up this way

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  10. I'd love to see the parts you've added to your bench grinder. I have not seen that arbor setup as it looks both solid and easy to change out.

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  11. Cameron stupid question but how you keep your scotch brite pad from just spinning freely on your grinder? I can't for the life of me get it where it's tight on the shaft. When i apply pressure it just stops spinning! Thank you bro.

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  12. Watch your video a couple of times. I have a 1973 Honda XL175 I'm trying to "semi restore". the more I look at it the more I end up doing… Just ordered the scotch brite wheel Looking forward to using it!!!!

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  13. Cameron, what kind of bench grinder attachment is that? Or is that even a Bench grinder? I have a regular bench grinder but the wheel wouldn't come out far enough to get all the way around the parts because a normal bench grinder has the spinning wheels really close to the motor in the middle.

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