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Old 08-25-2008
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Icon2 Front hub thing

Im debating taking my chrome ford caps off....That black plastic hub piece on the front tires, are they ok to be left out in the weather??
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Ya the plastic won't rust.
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i'd paint them. they are there for a reason. under that thing is grease and innards.
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