I just bought varads suspension lighting kit for my max

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  1. Shogun

    Shogun Turntable tactician

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    I kinda like it. :dunno:
     
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    Not digging it.
     
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    doesnt' look bad but you really do have to keep your wheels and brakes immaculate as you draw alot of attention to 'em now.
     
  5. Shogun

    Shogun Turntable tactician

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    yeah, i see what you mean. I just spent four hours with wheel cleaner and steel wool on my wheels....I dont have any skin left on my hands
     
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    Milin It's Terminal.

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    you're an idiot for using steel wool on your wheels.

    take a visit to show and shine before you hurt your car any more.
     
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    Shogun Turntable tactician

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    all it did was clean them up, they arent chrome. Plus it really helped getting off the bad brake dust. And it got rid of the bad streaks. They look like they are fresh off the line! So if i am an idoit...im sorry
     

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