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    Default Header blueing

    Is there a way to remove any of the blueing from headers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boaterguy1 View Post
    Is there a way to remove any of the blueing from headers?
    Not really...you can ceramic coat them.

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    Default blue away?

    heard somthin about a product called blue away any good? or garbage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbledeck55 View Post
    heard somthin about a product called blue away any good? or garbage?
    I have seen it work for as long as you don't start the motor up! Lots of work for a few minutes of shine! WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbledeck55 View Post
    heard somthin about a product called blue away any good? or garbage?
    I've seen a few guys polish some of the blue off-but if they have been ran dry for awhile it wont come off! I've never used the blue off...anyone?

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    I heard there was some stuff you could usually get at the Harley shops that worked pretty good. I'll never have chrome headers again. Ceramic coating is the way to go.


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