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Old 11-21-2005, 12:06 AM   #21
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I use the hot rims from meguiars too but never actually read the instructions. I wet my rims too though.
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I could definately see Pat doing that to his car.
i do have to get a paint job....maybe the stripes in black tho
my suggestion is why dont u get some rims and drop the car a 1.5 or 2 inches would look alot nicer IMO
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have you tried contacting the company to see what the policy is and if they will give you some money for the rim??
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have you tried contacting the company to see what the policy is and if they will give you some money for the rim??
yeah right....i't might be worth a shot though.
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have you tried contacting the company to see what the policy is and if they will give you some money for the rim??
yeah right....i't might be worth a shot though.
worst case they turn you down, which only leaves you where you are right now anyways, you wont know unless you try.
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For the future, always try just a little bit on a part of the wheel before going on the entire wheel to make sure the chemicals don't react.
But yeah it sucks. That product usually rocks.
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They'll ask for product batch code and also how much you paid for it. I got the 6.88 I spent on the TB cleaner back from the company after stripping the epoxy off the rotors.
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They'll ask for product batch code and also how much you paid for it. I got the 6.88 I spent on the TB cleaner back from the company after stripping the epoxy off the rotors.
Ouch. So that'* how that happened? I was wondering.
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