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So after a couple burnouts the wheel wells on my truck are covered in rubber an the plastic guard in the wheel well does anyone have a trck for removing this???

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yes dont do burn outs ha ha ha
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well too late for that haha had to smoke off the old stock tires

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Never tried it myself for burnouts...but wd40 would be my first try!!!!(works for tar)
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castrol super clean does a good job on that stuff plus bug and tar remover does good job also. then next time your going tot do burnouts use wd40 on the parts before hand and then it will just wipe right off.
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Like the previous poster said WD-40, but with one little difference spray it on before the burnout. It'll keep anything from sticking, and thus easier to clean up, as they say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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