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let me know how it worked for you
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but im selling the truck i really dont wanna go into major detail jsut try to get as much pit off as i can
Keep your wheels dirty and hope lookers won't wipe 'em off first.
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i used the air craft stripper on my outlaw IIs that **** worked good, but the clean up was a ***** it like glued it self to the rim
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well imma go out today and get me some ill let you guys know how it works
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it depends how bad the pitting is if it just started you can save them...but if its really bad there is no turning back
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just started
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good news just got a power ball and mothers polish and what do you know mint condition now :)
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