Finally! PICS of the new wheels!!!

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by PSUPef2k, Aug 19, 2003.

  1. BABstangV6

    BABstangV6 Smater than the average bear!

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    VERY clean looking car
     
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    Very nice! oh yeah and sicksix...that is the sweetest avatar ever!
     
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    thanks!

    I'm going to S100 wax it tonight. :banana:
     
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  6. MichaelB21

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    How did the S100 turn out?
     
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    Looks real nice!
     
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    Dayum..nice rims..im actually waiting for my order from AFS....what do you use to wax/clean your car? look'n shiny..
     
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    the S100 turned out AMAZING!!!!!

    However, I didn't get a chance to take pics before it rained...I'll probably do another coat after the next time I wash it and get some pics!
     
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    S100 > *
     
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    hey bro you gotta pretty good gloss to your car,what polish/wax you using?
     
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    I'm not sure if he is using a polish or not, but I know he said he is using S100. S100 is a wax (a caranuba I believe) that Harley owners wax their motorcycles with. It is good stuff, no doubt.

    I'm a Meguiars professional series fan myself, though.
     
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    Very nice looking car! :nice:
     
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    Meguiars #1 and #2 step and then S100 wax!!
     
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    its good stuff but it eats up clear coat..... over time you wind up with well no clear coat but it does take a good bit just sell it before that happens :)
     
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    OMG what an improvement. I went on car domain and saw your old rims on the car. It looks a million times better. Very nice taste, those rims suit the style of the car well. I think once you lower the car in the spring like you plan it's going to be BLING BLING. Nice work.
     
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  18. MichaelB21

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    Ditch the Meguiars step 1 & 2 from their consumer line.

    Meguiars #9 swirl remover for prep work and Meguiars #7 show car glaze for polishing topped with something like #26 or S100 will be nice. The Meguiars NXT line up looks promising as well. I can't wait to get my hands on some. :nice:
     
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    please, sir... that kind of language is not tolerated on these boards.:nono:


    :D
     
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  20. PSUPef2k

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    i'll keep that in mind when I get my first major detailing of the spring (once the damn snow stops)!
     
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