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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Biker View Post
    Mothers Mag wheel polish is good stuff for uncoated aluminum but will scratch chrome wheels.

    It has abrasives in it so be careful on chrome.

    Barney
    Aaaaaa thanks good info here....I didn't know it!

    Ronnie

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    I did mine with the Mothers then coated them with the McKey's ceramic coating .. good stuff.

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    Haven't done the front yet ... trying to figure out how to do it without pulling the wheel and rotors ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyWuzHe View Post
    I did mine with the Mothers then coated them with the McKey's ceramic coating .. good stuff.

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    Ronnie

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    Haven't done the front yet ... trying to figure out how to do it without pulling the wheel and rotors ...
    Thank you for this info, I'm looking this product up as we speak...

    Ronnie

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