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I’m getting ready to get a new front tire mounted on my spare rim. It had been setting for some time and needed polishing pretty bad. I got out in the back yard yesterday and got started on it. Paw Paws littler helper did good job too. My two year old grand daughter, Lexy just has to get involved with anything to do with the Gold Wing.

It didn’t turn out too bad for the first go round. I used Mothers metal polish and powerball.

This was all going on while the steaks were on the grill. Live is good.
 

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Wow! Lexy sure did a good job. :thumbup:
Good thing she was helping, otherwise it probably would have take you forever to get it done. ;-)
 

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You can't start too early getting a woman trained on how to keep your scoot shined up. Good work man.
 

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Maybe if I would have had that kind of help it would not have taken me as long to do mine.....good job, I think you owe her a ride though.....:lol:
 

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Even if your wheels would have turned out hot pink and purple, you can't beat the time with the little one! She's a keeper! Mine used to do that, but now she's 12 and sounds like a fast food ad----"five bucks, five bucks, five bucks!", and you probably got a much better job:lol::lol:
 

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So, How did it finally shine up using that banana pudding?:nojoke:
 

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holy shine batman:congrats:
 
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