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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-07-2007, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
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brake dust

any tricks on keeping brake dust off your chrome rims ?

thanks for any info
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I just send the kids out daily with a rag to wipe them off: I heard thees work pretty good...

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I had them on my truck, and they work great. When I get my next ruck, I will get them again.

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Those dust shields do the job great, I just hate seein them behind the wheel. I'd rather see the rotor and caliper. I had a set a pads from EBC on my Trans Am. I drovw the crap out of it but the dust level stayed pretty low considering how many blasts over 110mph they had on them. :2cents
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