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Ford Explorer Polished Aluminum 20" Wheel


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So does anyone have an '11 - '14 Explorer with these wheels?  If so, are they clear coated or not?  What is your method of care?  I should be picking up the wifes '14 tomorrow and was just curious.  Thanks,-D

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Thanks Chris.....I've joined the forum and saw this one.  What do think is going on with these wheels?  Crazy if they aren't clear coated just looking at the damage.

 

http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=396000

 

...and after I settle in a little, I'm going to have to school up some people on detailing, that's fo sho....just looking at some of the things these guys do, haha. :)

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Thanks Chris.....I've joined the forum and saw this one.  What do think is going on with these wheels?  Crazy if they aren't clear coated just looking at the damage.

 

http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=396000

 

...and after I settle in a little, I'm going to have to school up some people on detailing, that's fo sho....just looking at some of the things these guys do, haha. :)

 

It almost looks to me like they are really dirty.  The description where the current owner describes it as only being on the outside 1/3rd of the wheel, makes me almost think that is just filth that has just been spun to the outer edges of the wheel by rotation of the wheel.

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I picked my wife's ride up today...damn that thing is nice.

 

Wheels are definately clear coated, I pulled them all off already and put some QS in the barrels and the wheel face....also sealed all the plastic in the wheel wells.  I figuired I'd try something different.

 

After seeing my wheels...my assumption is the clear coat is trashed on the vehicle in the link.

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