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Old 03-09-2013, 12:31 PM
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Putting on new set of chrome wheels this week. Is there a good wax I can put on before. It would be much easier before I put them on. Thanks for any help. Butch and Heartbeat.
 
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No really... I use ALL mother's products on my Lil Deuce

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Can't argue with the Tadcaster on this, heck anyone in the Gold Class knows all the tricks...
 
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:21 PM
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Can't argue with the Tadcaster on this, heck anyone in the Gold Class knows all the tricks...
Gee ....Zippy thanks man...
 

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Originally Posted by Tadcaster View Post
Zippy thanks man...
Thanks
 
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I use the same wax as i use on my cars which is P21S
 
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Originally Posted by ZIPPY02 View Post
Can't argue with the Tadcaster on this, heck anyone in the Gold Class knows all the tricks...
Thanks
 
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I have had great luck with a spray on sealant from Adam's, clean them first and then spray on the quick sealant. Long lasting shine and the brake dust and road grime just rinse off. For cleaning I use glass cleaner first. Enjoy the new wheels!

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hey idk if im in the right thread for this but could i possibly use some type of wax on my PAINTED rims? yes i painted mines and i think they look pretty cool, i jus want to keep them looking nice.
 
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hey idk if im in the right thread for this but could i possibly use some type of wax on my PAINTED rims? yes i painted mines and i think they look pretty cool, i jus want to keep them looking nice.
Again Mothers - I just used it on the Deuce's gold painted rims this last week-end and have since I brought her in 06
 

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