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Cleaned up track residue (rubber bits)

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    Cleaned up track residue (rubber bits)

    Jesus...Worse than I thought.
    Only got the drivers side done today.

    These are the passenger side as it is now. Drivers side was actually worse than this.






    Cleaned up side...








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    I haven't.

    Using Rejex on it now to see how that goes.

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    my wheel wells look like shit after racing. Let me know how u make out. If its good ill order a bottle.

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    Will do.

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    spray some PAM on the quarter before you go out next time...youll be able to wipe the rubber right off next time..i swear it works..i hate having to sit there and clean all that crap off my quarters after the strip

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    back in the olden days (before you guys were born) we used wd-40 spray. doesn't hurt the paint either. we didn't have pam then

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    is wd-40 still the same formula i know they have changed paint...being that it doesnt have lead in it anymore...is wd-40 still paint friendly?

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    The officer in the background looks pretty interested....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapper2003 View Post
    The officer in the background looks pretty interested....
    One of the few around here that hasn't complained about another neighbor.

    He likes my car.


    I have heard WD-40 as well. Haven't tryed it.

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    I used WD-40 a few times on my 89 Firebird to remove rubber chunks from brakestands. I'm not sure how it works for preventing it from sticking, but it IS oily, so I don't see why it wouldn't help.

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