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Wheel problem?

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by mercuryman97, January 3, 2005.

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  1. mercuryman97

    mercuryman97 Active Member

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    i have cragar black gloss "d" window wheels and after one particular offroading event my driver's side back wheel has lost its gloss,its just now a flat black, but all the other wheels are shiny and glossy. My buddy said since i was stuck in sand and that particular wheel and tire was spinning that the sand rubbed off all the gloss, but i didnt think that was possible...if any ideas on how this could have happened and any ideas on how to get it glossy again please let me know.. thanks
     
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    eitehr replace the wheel or clean it of and paint it with clear enamel
     






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