1978 Yamaha DT250

“Here is a very rusty inner rear fender from a 1978 Yamaha DT250 that I de-rusted with Metal Rescue. It is Yamaha part #1R7-21617-00-00. It is no longer available to purchase. I have seen them on eBay in the past, but can’t find them listed on there now. This part supports the plastic rear fender and also supports the tail light and turn signals. Attached is the before and after pictures. It was soaked for about 72 hours in Metal Rescue that was 50% spent and at about 60 degrees F. (I know this is cold and why it took so long to work!) The Metal Rescue worked great!” –Jeff Stevens

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Harley Davidson Asia Pacific tank restore

“The Metal Rescue worked well. The tank has gone from being written off by Harley to being restored. After cost of Metal Rescue and relining sealer I will save over $1,000 on the cost of a new tank. It was certainly a worthwhile exercise. Many thanks for your excellent service and I will certainly be recommending the product to others.” – Robert @ Ashtech

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Motorcycle Odometer

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“I’m using Metal Rescue to restore a couple motorcycles. One of them is a 1972 Yamaha R5C and when I bought it the person that I got it from said the speedometer would need to be replaced. Well, I think he was wrong because it cleaned up pretty good and I was able to get it working with the help of Metal Rescue.”  – Jeff S.

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Gas Cap

“Here are the results of my test of Metal Rescue. I talked to Scott and picked up a gallon while attending Carlisle this past weekend. It took about 24 hours for this gas cap to come clean. Engraved part number and message clean up quite nicely. I’m impressed and I’ve worked with several rust removal products over the past couple of years.”  – Tom R.

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