2014 Heel Plate restoration?

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  1. R.M

    R.M Member

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    Hey there..

    My heel plates are looking a little tatty. Is there anything I can do to improve the look of them? Can they be polished?

    Ant aftermarket options out there?

    TIA
     
  2. ditech50

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    I wrapped mine as they were a little tired looking.
     

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  3. PauloHRC

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    I'd just go with some carbon fibre ones, you'll probably pick some up for between £30-£40!!

    Could try polishing them but im not sure you'll get the marks out if they're badly worn o_O
     
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  4. R.M

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    looks good!
     
  5. bonjo

    bonjo Active Member

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    I also put some protective film on the center section where the boot rubs
    If you polish or blast it, put a protective lacker on first
    ditech: I like the finish on the carbon option. any info on where to buy?
     
  6. kirk holmes

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    I bought these second hand.
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  7. Sam.moz86

    Sam.moz86 New Member

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    I'm thinking of getting mine cerekot'ed. Hard wearing and you can do almost any colour.
     
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