New buttons installed on customer bike

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New buttons installed on customer bike

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I thought you all might like to see an actual installation of the vacuum cap buttons.
Our turn around time for this install on your four vacuum caps is 1 day.

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Pete, as soon as I get mine off, I'm going to send them. Those look great.
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Looks great! You do great work. And good people to work with.
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egelasi wrote:Looks great! You do great work. And good people to work with.
Awwww, shucks! :orange Yul make me 'ead swell, now!
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PP do you suppose one would want to polish B4 putting in new caps?
Would the polishing process damage the new caps ??
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fish wrote:PP do you suppose one would want to polish B4 putting in new caps?
Would the polishing process damage the new caps ??
Fish,
Good question. My answer would be if the intent is to polish the vacuum caps, then yes. Turning the old buttons to mush would be the better choice.
The new buttons are, as a standard of PP practice, treated with a UV protectant and it can be removed with aggressive polishing or for that matter scrub cleaning the caps. This treatment should last 6 to 8 years if it is not scrubbed off. Warm soapy water and pat dry is the best answer.

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I agree, polish them first.
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