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Old 05-09-2008
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Good Looking / Low Maintenance

I am wanting to get a good looking rim that doesn't require using a tooth brush to clean in all the cracks ect.. Anyone have any suggestions?
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Old 05-09-2008
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American Racing Mojave Teflon

or Chamber Teflon.

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Old 05-09-2008
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The DC-1 Blacks are clear coated. When I had them on my Ranger, I could get all kinds of crap on them and it would hose off.
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I have the american racing mojave wheels but in polished aluminum. they are easy to clean and take care of . I just hit them with the powerball once every few month and they hold the shine. but the teflon coated wheels would be a lot easier to keep up
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teflon would be the best if you have the $ to drop...
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Teflon would be the way to go, I have Ion 136's and they arent too bad to clean, just the occasional brake dust.
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