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I had brake dust shields on my OEM 16" wheels and really liked them. I have long since changed to 18" Eagle Alloys. I have not had any luck finding shields to fit. Anyone know where I might find them?

Over the winter I have neglected to keep the wheels clean and I am now in for some work. I wish the people that say "spray on rinse off" would try it on mine, 60days of mud, snow and mostly brake dust. Any tips would be appreciated.


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ive learned that brake dust is WORSE from aftermarket brake pads.

the shields that youre talking about are NOT a great solution, they trap
HEAT in the rotors & pads.

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I buy the more expensive pads . I don't have any dust on my wheels .


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