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    Quote Originally Posted by gap141070 View Post
    yeah rimwax is the bizz...be warned tho...never go too buy it dressed like a poof or wearing a long trenchcoat!!you may get some strange looks if another customer doesnt know wot it is!!
    Reckon I'll be leaving the leather chaps at home then for my trip to Halfrauds tomorrow
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_c View Post
    Reckon I'll be leaving the leather chaps at home then for my trip to Halfrauds tomorrow
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_c View Post
    Reckon I'll be leaving the leather chaps at home then for my trip to Halfrauds tomorrow

    Guys nobody has mentioned that fitting a product such as Greenstuff Brake pads will also aid keeping your wheels cleaner

    In the past I've used "Wheel Wax" and "Kleen Wheels" along with the reduced brake dust "Greenstuff" brake pads.

     
     

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    poorboys, bilberry and yes rym, greenstuff...just waiting for my brakes to wear and green stuff it is. may take 5 years as i only drive it 4000 miles a year if that

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    Won't be changing to EBC's just yet as I've only recently had some Textar pads fitted - I did go for some Ferodo DS Fast Road pads, but they squealed like pigs so ditched them for some Textar OE jobbies. I was going to go with EBC's but someone managed to put me off them (noisey etc).

    Just got some Auto Glym wheel sealant - it was effectively free as Halfrauds are still doing their 3 for 2 offer.
     
     

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