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  1. #11
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    NONE FTMFW!

    The last thing I need after taking the time to clean something is slime slung all over the side and the requisite dirt that sticks to it.

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    looks damn good big drop big tire is the way to roll
    Name: Mark,
    God created turbo lag so nitrous trucks could have a chance.


    http://www.ls1truck.com/forums/my-ga...tml#post274877

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzzler View Post
    NONE FTMFW!

    The last thing I need after taking the time to clean something is slime slung all over the side and the requisite dirt that sticks to it.
    That's usually user error. Tire dressings are like wax: less is more and the cleaner the surface, better the adhesion.

    Clean them with a tire brush and an all purpose cleaner(or bleche wite if you feels ballsy), rinse, then wash.
    Dress the tires with a lightly saturated foam applicator (Advance has a good selection), a rag will work in a pinch. Remember- less is more.

    Meguiars Endurance(personal favorite) keeps tires glossy for about a week, then change to a nice 'natural' look for another week or 2. I've had the same bottle for about half a year.
    Keep that meat ice cold.

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    Makes the tires look like glass or paint

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzzler View Post
    Makes the tires look like glass or paint
    Yes exactly! Make everything match.
    Keep that meat ice cold.

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    Match? MY tires are rubber.

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