Well I'm pretty annoyed at myself. I bought a pair of nice looking Harley boots a while back. Can't see any info about where they were made - Smitty reckons these "American" brand boots are all made in China - and I can see people being a bit ticked about that. Anyway - these boots have some shiney decorative metal studs on the leather straps with a HD metal plate on the outer ankle and a ring on the inner. You've probably all seen 'em at the dealerships. Problem is I've just noticed that the inside studs have scratched and scored the metal surface of the clutch inspection cover while I've been changing gear. :small3d023::bigsmiley29::devil:newsmile055: These little toons don't quite say it! Any suggestions as to what I can do to restore the surface or is it just a case of buy a new one? I'm taking the plate off soon anyway to change over to Spectro tranny oil. Thanks for any advice guys and gals.