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Ever seen this before?

Has anybody ever seen this or know how to get it off? I have tried simple green, brake cleaner, brasso, stainless steel polish, chrome polish, aluminum polish. Nothing has worked.


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pics are really small i can't see what i am looking at.

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i sent from my phone and not sure how to make them bigger...i am referring to the brownish stains you can see on the body of the shock.

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they look a little like water stains. rubbing compound?

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haven't tried that yet...will tomorrow though...thx

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PIONEER AVIC Z130, RECON TAILS, 3RD BRAKE &
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Aluminum Polish like Mothers or a high speed polish pad on a hand held grinder with jewler rouse the brown one ? if it is really bad with pitting sand it with really fine wet or dry sand paperwet and then polish it will look like a mirror

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did somebody spray a clear coat of paint on it ? if so strip it off then polish it and don't clear coat it again

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I don't believe it was clear coated, unless it comes like that from the factory.


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PHANTOM II VOLTMETER, BOOST, EGT
TRANS TEMP, 2 12" KICKER COMP SUBS,
PIONEER AVIC Z130, RECON TAILS, 3RD BRAKE &
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I would be willing to bet that its clear coat by the looks of it,try some fine sandpaper on a small spot to make sure
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try fine grit automotive rubbing or polishing compound

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