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bob88TC Offline
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What is or would be required to polish my wheels or anything else for that matter??

Dan E Offline
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Quote:Originally posted by bob88TC:
What is or would be required to polish my wheels or anything else for that matter??

Try the "Search" feature for polishing wheels. If you don't find anything (you should) let me know and I'll tell you.

Dan Eaves
88TC 5spd, Crower 5.5" Sportsman Rods, Short Wiseco Pistons bored .030" Over, Ported Head with Polished Combustion Chambers, Gutted & Polished Upper, Ported & Polished Lower, Polished T/B, Ported E6, SVO T3 .63AR Turbo, Bosch Bypass Valve, 3" DP w/No Cat, 2 1/2" DynoMax single cat back w/DynoMax Super Turbo Muffler, RR Cam, K&N in Fenderwell, Gillis Boost Valve, Centerforce I Clutch, Removed A/C, Polished Wheels, Polished Valve Cover, Polished Crank and W/P Pulleys, Walbro 255LPH HP Pump, Kirban Adj FPR, and the DAMN Heater Core is new too !

NATO MEMBER (Vice Chairman...if it's a vice...I deal with it)
Dan Eaves
88TC 5spd Vermillion Red, Polished...everything...

KMcGrathNJ Offline
Senior Member
Infinate patience, attention to detail, and no other life.

88 TC T5;White/Red; All options exept Leather; Front Mounted K&N cone filter; 140 Speedo; Superchip; Gillis Boost Valve; Custom vac/boost-volt-temp gauge cluster in console Ground Effects; Spoiler; Blaupunkt H/U; Boston Accoustic 3 1/2" in dash; Polk 6" in doors; Infinity 5 1/4 component in rear deck;
Rockford 10" sub; (2) Alpine amps

Near Future -Paint

cougar5704 Offline
Junior Member
if you have access to an orbital sander it's not tedious of a task . First you'll need to remove the clear coat 100 grade sandpaper works great for this step . After ALL paint is off the rim will look scratched up so the polishing process starts with 150 gritt , then 220 , from there move on to wet/dry sandpaper 320 , 400 , 600 , 800 and finally 1000 the more attention to deteil on each step the better the final result . The final step is to polish the rim with a good quality aluminum polish ( extreme work great for me ). If desired you can recoat with clear coat . Time and patience .

Wags88TC Offline
Senior Member
Get a hold of turbocoupetimmy farther down on the page, he's trying to sell a set!
I'd recomend "aircraft remover" to take the clearcoat off - alot easier than sanding!
Steve Wagner
Nato member
84 SVO
88TC, 5 speed, StageII Star clutch w/ StageIII pressure plate,lightened flywheel, K&N in fender, gillis valve, 255lph Walbro, Kirban adj.FPR,Bypass valve, 3" exhaust (high flow cat/ Magnaflow muffler), A-pillar gauges(A/F & Boost), 16" ARE 5 spoke wheels 7" front 8" rear(225/50VR16 / 245/50VR16 Yokos'). Subframe connectors

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