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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-11-2003, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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The dealer marked up the gold fork cap on my bike, how can I touch it up?

Do they sell a touch up paint or is there anything that is close?

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They sell what is known as....you fubar'd my stuff, so you are going to replace it!!!! The only way you could really do it is to sand it down and maybe find a matching color of anodized paint in a can. CHeck The Eastowood Company. I really would take to them and make them replace the stuff..might be too late now, but the mechanic knew he did it!

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They sell what is known as....you fubar'd my stuff, so you are going to replace it!!!!
Hey accidents happen, but when they do the person should be responsible for their actions. Let them know that you are mad.

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Yeah they called and said that they are going to replace them.

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Yeah they called and said that they are going to replace them.

The caps or the forks?

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The caps, why would they replace the fork if only the cap was scratched?

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The caps, why would they replace the fork if only the cap was scratched?
Sorry, I was unclear what we were talking about.

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No problem.

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