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antpearl

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1) What on god's green earth do you use to polish your torque stars b/c mine look like butt. I've tried mothers, didn't seem to make a difference. Any ideas?

2) What is the paint number or code for the dark grey front and rear inserts? I've got a few knicks I'd like to touch up.
 

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1) Try a polishing buffer wheel and aluminum polishing stick. I saw the polishing kits at sears. Use the right compound stick. The buffer will go on your cordless drill.

2) Scribble down the paint codes on your trunk lid too be sure and your vin too just for shits and giggles. Take it to your paint shop.
 

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I use rubbing compound for the wheels. I find that if you don't polish them weekly they get dull in short order.
 

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