More of a dull gray except on the flat part of each blade, there were a few minor scratches from housing contact (old contact, the scratches were filled with carbon buildup). It cleaned up nicely, and I'd say 98% of the original teflon is intact. Remember, my car only has 80k of easy miles on it. It was a company exec'* car first, then a retired couple, then sat for 5 years after the last owner died.
I took pics, but not after the rotor cleanup. Sucker (blower
) looked brand new when it went back on.
I busted a couple vacuum lines yesterday. Gotta replace those today. I also had slop in the coupler, on the pulley side. It was a good fit on the gear side. Feels and sounds alot better now with the ZZP coupler. It allows for flex, rather than letting it wear.