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    Default Help wanted to get rid of rust in my bike

    My bike is three yrs old July 2007 Bajaj Discover 135cc model . Most of my bike parts like rear side stand, rear wheel suspension, my middle main stand and other had started getting rusted. Is there any good option or solution to get rid of rust. please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovara View Post
    My bike is three yrs old July 2007 Bajaj Discover 135cc model . Most of my bike parts like rear side stand, rear wheel suspension, my middle main stand and other had started getting rusted. Is there any good option or solution to get rid of rust. please help

    You should have taken care of your bike regularly.Skipping servicing due to hot weather or riding through Water on a submerged road was a Good option then but see the damage they have done to the bike.

    First and foremost check if your chain and sprocket aren't infested with rust.You'll have to get them replaced.And take your bike to an SERVICE CENTER IMMEDIATELY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankit63 View Post
    You should have taken care of your bike regularly.Skipping servicing due to hot weather or riding through Water on a submerged road was a Good option then but see the damage they have done to the bike.

    First and foremost check if your chain and sprocket aren't infested with rust.You'll have to get them replaced.And take your bike to an SERVICE CENTER IMMEDIATELY!
    thanks for your info

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