Thanks guys! I'll post more pics when I get home tonight. Any idea if it's possible to fit a carbon rear fender without removing the rear wheel? I got the old plastic fender out, but it was kind of flexible and I could bend the little tab that goes around and mounts onto the chain guard. I don't want to try to bend this carbon fender, as it cost a fortune and it took months to get (made by the original supplier for the FE's).
The good thing is that my hubs were perfect with no corrosion (though very dirty) and the rims were just extremely dull but otherwise had no major scratches or issues. They disassembled the wheels and did some sort of cleaning process on the hubs and repainted them. The rims were then highly polished and everything was reassembled. The bearings appeared to be new so I left those alone. It's hard to see the color of the hubs, but they match the frame perfectly. The bolts were a little rough and I'm looking for a source to get replacements, as Marvic will no longer supply them.Nice looking wheels VMan! I can't quite see the spokes but what did they do to restore them? Mine are in pretty good shape but I am relectuant to even use solvents or polish on them with that rough finish.
Wow, you guys don't miss a thing! Indeed it is. 1989 model that just rolled over 10k miles. It looks on in jealousy as the Ducati's get all the action!Mmmm... Josephvman! that Duc is really nice! but... is that a 328GTB I see on the background???