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- Bikes: 04 Softail w/131
1998 Low Rider
- Location: Toms River New Jersey
anyone know of a place that could take a couple of imperfections out of my headlight stainless trim around the headlight it's in pretty good shape except for a couple of bends. I don't want to just start banging on it and make it worse.
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- Bikes: 1922JD, 1937 ULH, 1946FL 1948FL, 1957FL, 1960FLH, 1965XLCH, 1995 FLHT
- Location: Hoboken, NJ
Glenn, There was a thread about badge repair a while back on the AMCA forum. Chris Haynes recommended a Jeweler in Texas. He did a great Job on those, I donâ€™t see why he couldnâ€™t handle your request. Bob L
Alas,Panacea wrote:It's even a tool made by AMF!
I regret that the tool, although weathered, is not of appropriate vintage.
The bezel pictured is for John Brown Motolamp, ca '30-'32, Henderson probably.
Everybody's a critic.RUBONE wrote:Just whatever a couple rounds of buckshot would cost!I wonder what it would cost to fix this one.
Somebody's Grandfather put a lot of love into that artifact.
PS: Wouldn't birdshot be more appropriate?........... .. ....
Now I am starting to contemplate what a shot-peened surface would look like.