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Old 08-02-2005, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default Anyone consider polishing their rims?

I was wondering what my car would look like with polished aluminum rims? There is a site here http://www.tirerack.com that has an interactive browser that let'* you see the cars with the rims on them. Nice wheels, too. But I was thinking of polishing the factory wheels. I guess that would involve alot of elbow grease. Maybe a heavy swirl or oxidation remover using a Powerball? Or just some 320 grit paper and water?
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