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Re: Kleen wheels (archive)

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Posted by Quentin on November 28, 2000 at 00:26:52:

In Reply to: Kleen wheels posted by Anthony on November 24, 2000 at 16:38:00:

Personally, I would have had the wheels painted Nagaro Silver (the color of the Evo3 wheels)! It just so happens that the color is very close to that of brake dust! That's what I am going to do this winter with my 16" BBS evo 3 wheels (in standard BBS silver) now that I have the originals on the car with my winter tires.

88 M3 with wheels that stay shiny for less than one day thanks to PFC 80 compound pads.

I just had the stock BBS wheels refinshed last week. They came out really nice, and I plan on trying to keep them that way. I was thinking about installing the Kleen wheel discs. Is this a bad idea since these cars produce so much heat during heavy braking?


88 M with shiny wheels

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