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Thread: Rim issues
06-17-2009, 07:53 PM #1
I have some MB Wheels Predator rims that I bought from Discount Tire Co. I noticed the other day that some of the clear coat on them is peeling off and I don't want them to rust. Also the edges around where the clear coat has peeled collects dirt very quick and looks pretty bad. Was just wondering if anybody knew the best way to take care of this. Can get pics later this week if needed.
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06-17-2009, 11:21 PM #2
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I would tell you to use Zoops seal, but it's a little late for that. Zoops is perfect for clear coat wheels, because once you put it on it is good for several years without waxing. I used it on my dad's motorcycle wheels and it's awesome, but I would be afraid to do it without possibly damaging the wheels even more. I am not aware of any cure for this problem, other than wet sanding and re-clearing them maybe.
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