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post #1 of 4 Old 03-09-2008, 05:00 AM Thread Starter
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gettin it fixed! but need help!

on my 1995 psd. i am having to put a new front passenger side roater, new ball joints in the front, and a leveling ki b/c the fromt end is sitting too low to the ground. just painted it last week- it looks great! getting a new front windshield b/c it has a crack in it, and also need to know how to remove brake dust stains from aluminium rims, i have tried the armor-all aluminium brite and it didnt work, tried some aluminium brite that i got at the farm macinery show in louisville ky. and they garenteed it but it didnt work! so people let me know what yall do that works best!!!!!!
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I use Mequire wheel cleaner on all my vehicles. Works great, but I am not sure how well it will work on "stained" rims.

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I've had good luck with mother's mag wheel & aluminum polish
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I use mothers also for all my polishing/cleaning and it is good stuff. But if you have clear coat factory wheels it's probably not going to work.
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