Re: How to Polish Passenger pegs
I polished my passenger peg brackets a few years ago. I did a search and found a good site with pictures but can't remember now where. It takes a long time. I began by getting sand paper in different ranges starting around 100 grit up to 2000 grit (I believe this was the highest I found), rags, and Mother's brand polish. I knocked off the rough parts using the 100 grit. I would wash it off with water to see where I was then continue or go to a finer sandpaper. After rinsing it off you can see where you are and what to do. You'll really start to see the difference when you start using the paper over 1000 grit. The smoothness will start to appear. After I got to the point that I was happy with the results then I used the polish. I have always preferred Mother's brand. I started out saying the brackets because I did polish some of the pegs itself to make it smooth but due to the texture of the footing I painted it. To actually get the pegs smooth enough to shiny I would have taken them to a body shop to get blasted.