North American Turbocoupe Organization

Wheel stripping/cleaning
perce111 Offline
Junior Member
I want to clean up a set of 10 hole wheels.
How is the clear coat best removed.


Shane Wherry Offline
Senior Member
Bead Blasting
1988 Thunderbird Sport 351w/5.8L swap, Mustang 4R70W trans swap, Turbo coupe front brakes and rear diff swap with turbo coupe prop valve, Turbo coupe hood, Turbo coupe wheels.

Pete D Offline
Please, this particular forum is only for listing tools and devices useful in working on our cars. It is not a "how to" forum. Please put the "How to" in the General Discussion forum. Also this has been covered in many past posts so check out this;t=001508
Pete Dunham


martin0660 Offline
Posting Freak
Following Pete's lead, do a search, specifically by my user name, and the word "peeler". It is made by the same folks that make the aircraft stripper, but it is intended to only remove clearcoat. It worked VERY well for me on snowflakes and 10 holes. If you look around on my pictures page linked in my signature, there are some before and after pics too.

Bob Myers

blackvert Offline
paint stripper works well......along with a lot of patience and good gloves.
88 thunderbird TC

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