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Lm reps Dish corrosion

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by rob irl tdi, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. rob irl tdi
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    Is there any thing i can do to bring them back? How exactly is polishing done?

    I would need to get the lacquer off them somehow
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    Can i ask did you run your LM's through the winter months.
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    I did. What a fe***ng big mistake. Had them on in October and they are really bad now. The rear dish especially
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    tbh you will need to send them off to be re done mate the polishing side of things is a pain in the ass you have two ways to do this sand it right down to get the old lacquer off then go right though all the grades of sand papper from ruf to fine then polish it then re lacquer.or some good car paint striper will do it a treat.
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