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  1. #11
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    Tried it out on a friends truck, wasnt as impressed as I thought I'd be (no pictures). Think I'll stick to my own system (pictures)
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    Quote Originally Posted by randomhero View Post
    Gotta be honest. Aside from the reflection shot from Sargen, you guys either aren't taking pics that do the stuff justice or it's not very good wax.

    Not saying the stuff doesn't work(I've never used it), but the pictures make it look pretty dull.
    This is a reflection shot:
    fix your ceiling
    1983 Ford Ranger- 2.3 to 205k mile 6.0 swap

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger_ranger83 View Post
    fix your ceiling
    It's obviously drywalled, and mudded up already. That means it is fixed, just needs paint. Who's the new guy?
    GET OUT OF HERE WITH THAT RICER MATH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by truckinL33 View Post
    It's obviously drywalled, and mudded up already. That means it is fixed, just needs paint. Who's the new guy?
    hey osama..i wasnt talkin to u
    1983 Ford Ranger- 2.3 to 205k mile 6.0 swap

  5. #15
    looks good, but IMO, the turtle wax 'gimick' style products (thats what I call them) dont do as good a job as I would like.
    I, have used stuff from http://bodymagic.com/ or http://claymagic.net/ . The ClayMagic clay is hands down, the best clay bar Ive ever used.
    Now, if you get a ClayMagic bar, get the blue one.. the red is too aggressive.
    I have also followed mine up with Zaino Z2\Z6 applications. prolly 5 alternate layers of each.
    My results..

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    130,000 + miles one the paint.... all polished\waxed\clayed by hand, no machines.


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    Look at that blue sky, on that blue hood...

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