I'm going to clear coat my rims and the sprocket assy unit as soon as I get it very clean. The clear coat will keep the brake dust from clicking on the metal. Just need to find someone who knows the best clear coat that will not come off due to spilled gas, road grim, heat, etc and the clear will not fade from being exposed to the elements such as too much sun.
there is still some black paint in tight areas or clinking to the non-machine area of the rim "spoke area" and I need to get in there and scrub it good. I will try to use my electric tooth or some electrical drill and make me some type of nylon brush attachment to the scrub down the area that still have black paint particles.
Here is a tip for those that are going to strip the paint off, I think you do not have to pull off the bearings, just remove the dust seal from the rim and cut a piece of card board the roundness of the inside dia of the rim bearing hole and stick it where the dust cap seal went then make another piece of round material that is made from plastic like a plastic lid to ice cream tub and fit it in the rim and seal the rest of the area with wax, this will keep the Jasco from getting in contact with the bearings and you will save your bearings and the hard ack of removing them and buying new bearings. Just trying to save you time and money from my trail and error project.