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oxidised messed

im sure i spelled that wrong but i have some bad oxidation on the inside holes on my mt classic 2's and i cant get it off it iritates me so bad i wana buy new ones what can i do.

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Re: oxidised messed

are they clear coated? IF NOT, try cleaning the wheels with an acid wash and a steel wool pad.
u can try "Bar Keepers Friend" which is mild.
or eagle one makes a "etching mag cleaner" which is stronger.

either one will leave a clean base and you will need to repolish.

again, this is only for bare aluminum!!

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Re: oxidised messed

I believe the MTs are cleared. If they are use a light polishing compound that you would use on your paint then put a coat of wax on 'em.

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if they are pitted and bad oxidation not they wont be cleared!! cause clear coating rims STOPS pitts and bad oxidation

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well there not so much pited jus oxodised real bad on inside on the holes in the wheels

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well there not so much pited jus oxodised real bad on inside on the holes in the wheels
are they clear coated?

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if they are pitted and bad oxidation not they wont be cleared!! cause clear coating rims STOPS pitts and bad oxidation
unless the clear chips off, happened on my sisters grand am
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