any way's to take out small scratches on gas tank

they are very small but look bad...

busch

I've seen advertised a product called plastic renew or something like that. I'm sure someone here knows the name.

Good luck

Bill

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86TT225, 98CR80, 99WR, WR timing, throttle stop trimmed, air box lid removed, White Bros head pipe, silencer and air filter. Odometer and headlight removed. Moose hand and mud guards. YZ stock tank and IMS seat. Renthal Jimmy Button "highs" and Renthal Soft half waffle grips. AMA, SETRA.

I hate to say it however; you're fighting an uphill battle! When I bought my first new bike, I was so anal about scratches. Now, I don't trash my bike however; riding is a lot more fun when you don't worry about scratches. The fact is, if you ride, your bike is going to get scratched. I'd save your money and buy some cool parts that add to the performance of your bike. My .02-.03 cents.

Busch/Bill,

I tried Plasic Renew on my daughter's RM125, and what a lot of work! It took me hours to sand the scratches out, and the liquid shine (I heard Mop and Glo is the same stuff) doesn't hold up. I wouldn't do it again, ever. I'm with Bryan, and I almost wish they didn't make bikes look so good, so you wouldn't have to fret when you trash them.

Gil

The best thing to do (its too late now) is ...when the bike is brand new...cover the likely scratch areas with that heavy duty clear vinyl with adhesive on the back....it will take you a couple of hours to cut and apply it before the first ride, and cost about $24...but you will be amazed how good your plastic looks a year later.

If you don't like small scraches, get a grinder and make some big ones.

I'm sorry, for I have been drinking.

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