Well, I thought it might be a warranty thing but decided to just let it go and try to remedy it myself.
No, it wasn't a plastic covering that was supposed to be removed when it was new. It was rather a clear coat type of covering over just the center wedge covering the Ness logo.
So...what I decided to do was to see if I could remove the rest of that "clear coat". With a crap load of elbow grease, and just finger polishing it all came off. The black Ness seems to be on there with more than just paint as it didn't start showing signs of coming off until the very end, and that was just at the center point of the wedge.
What I used is some awesome stuff. I thought my Ness rims looked good before but when I tested this stuff it made my rims shine like chrome. The sealant is quite amazing too. I will see once I actually polish them completely and apply the sealant if it indeed does at it says it will. Protect the polished effort.
Why does the new forum or Administrator not make it Mandatory to say where you live
and have it posted with part of your signature.
Are we too shy or lazy not to say. :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
I live in BC and can get a big discount on my insurance if I have a collector mototrcyle. One of the stipulations is that the production run must be under 1500 units for the year. I am looking at a 2004 Arlen Ness Signature Series Vegas. I need to send the insurance company a link to an article...