Lml strip paint and rebuild how hard ?

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Lml strip paint and rebuild how hard ?

Postby Bubbles1987 » Mon Aug 21, 2017 5:19 pm

Hello I want to strip my lml so I can re spray it from home and then put it back together again how hard is this is it possible to spray at home and how hard to strip it and put it back together again has anyone done this?Thanks
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Re: Lml strip paint and rebuild how hard ?

Postby Shaunbond » Mon Aug 21, 2017 5:57 pm

Hi,

After doing a good number it depends on your spannering competence really. No offence.

Nothing too difficult really but take note of how its removed and take pictures for reference when rebuilding.

I'm not going to write up all the many things which could catch you outburst I would suggest watching the you tube posts from scooterworks. IIRC its something like P200 rebuild.

Good luck. When you've done it you feel the sense of achievement and know a LOT more about your scooter.
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Re: Lml strip paint and rebuild how hard ?

Postby Bubbles1987 » Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:03 pm

Thanks mate I would say my spannering is medium level if that helps lol
And I will have a look for the video now to see what I am in for lol
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