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Starting to look good, these pic were taken before I washed the junk off.

Before the start, had to remove bearings


supplies used to get like this, one can JASCO, two old tooth brush, one paint scrub brush,two used pie pan
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97% paint removed just have to do touch up, decided to remove the paint from inside the rims




No hard scrubbing just apply JASCO and wipe off using your tooth brush
 

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in for photos of it reinstalled! looking good so far!
 

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in for photos of it reinstalled! looking good so far!
yep got the rest of my spare parts from Babbitt Honda and I wasn't sure if the rear sprocket assy unit was black so I have to strip the black paint off that unit this morning or afternoon.
 

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yep got the rest of my spare parts from Babbitt Honda and I wasn't sure if the rear sprocket assy unit was black so I have to strip the black paint off that unit this morning or afternoon.
Sweet! Can't wait to see it all installed and your grom on the road :D


Whats next for your Grom?
 

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Sweet! Can't wait to see it all installed and your grom on the road :D


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Waiting for it to arrive at Berkeley Honda or Hollister Honda. Expected date is Jan 2014, Feb 2014 and so on.

The second Grom I'm getting for my daughter so she can ride to College, going to make it Yellow like the Yellow submarine.

My daughter, passing the time away in Golden Gate Park SF, we like to take our cameras and do photo ops of the city
 

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nice. canon for life!
 
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