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After trying a few cleaners I used some heavy duty rubbing compound and now I can see the numbers again. Finish up with some car wax and it is good again.

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My Dad's 84 had the same problem. I used steel wool, brushed the plexi with it and then used some plexi glass cleaner/wax. Worked real well. Used the same stuff today on a eagle medalion, the eagle holding a shield that is red with a H in it. The clear coat was real fadded and you could barly see the red or the H that was in it. Buffed it and waxed it, not as good as new, but cleaned up nicely.
 

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Riding Oregon wrote:
After trying a few cleaners I used some heavy duty rubbing compound and now I can see the numbers again. Finish up with some car wax and it is good again.
I had the same problem a few years ago with my '86 SEI and cured it the same way. When I got the bike it was almost impossible to see the numbers.
 
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