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Old 10-08-2012, 06:44 PM
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I find that just using car wash detergent works just as well for cleaning wheels...
I agree. But see, unless you own a car with the wonderful looking and ridiculously hard to clean style 135 wheels, you can't understand the hassle. I find if I do it weekly, I can get them almost spotless by hosing them down with Eagle One Aluminum wheel cleaner, let sit, hit em one more time around, then use the high pressure rinse to get them clean. I HATE scrubbing them by hand, takes FOREVER!

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Akebono Euro pads have zero dust and great stopping power. Use coupon code COLUMBUS10 for 10% off and free shipping at FCPEURO.com. Cheapest price for these brakes.
Never been impressed by Akebono, tried them before. Maybe it's just me. I use my brakes HARD a lot.
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now, go burn your Man Card, and buy yourself a Camry....
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