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Wheels have got a nasty infection ;)

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    Benjiman46 R-Tech Terrorist

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    Hi all

    Is there anything at all I can do about this? It's my Mrs' wheel (the others are the same) on her golf. I've told her she is to be ashamed of herself and all that and she just doesn't get it lol... But anyway here it is;

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    Benjiman46 R-Tech Terrorist

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    OMG photos everywhere :S
     
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    Should I re-title to "got dermatitis" or something? lol
     
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    What a thread title ... -1 internets im afraid. Yea i'd rename, aids is a bit strong for some grim looking wheels.
     
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    I must curb my military mentality sometimes... :angrymod:
     
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    Wheel Acid has got under cracks\chips in the clear coat. Refurbishing is the only way to get rid of it.
     
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    Thanks mate, good reputation left ;)
     

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