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If you are looking for OEM wheels, search on ebay and craigslist. For aftermarket ones, try 4wheelonline as they have a nice selection.
The rim protector/band is a good solution to prevent curb rash. I used the rimblades on my truck's american force wheels and I'm very happy with...
I'm not a fan of too much chromes.
I have a Sunex low profile jack. Bought it from amazon.
I use Meguiar`s D120 glass cleaner diluted in water.
I agree with leaving it for a few weeks or months, then decide whether to replace it or not.
I'm planning to paint my calipers also and will be using the VHT high temp.
You can buy a heavy-duty NEMA 14-50 extension cord.
Or try this product-- https://www.amazon.com/nextzett-91480615-Gummi-Pflege-Rubber/dp/B004B8GTQG
For water spots, I use Megs A3714 Compound Water Spot Remover.
If budget is not a problem, the Dyson cordless is a good choice.
I like it, but no solar panels?
Check out the 303 High Tech Fabric Guard.
Sounds like you enjoyed driving your new car. Nice pictures also.
To me, having a partial coverage is worth the cost.
Satin black will look nice for sure!
I prefer a matte finish so Option 2 gets my vote.
I have a Viair portable compressor. It works well and is very rugged.
RainX is a good product. Just clean the windshield really well before applying it.
I would polish it to remove the bird etching.
I like the Turtle Wax Ceramic Spray. Easy to apply and provides a nice shine.
Get a back support made out of mesh. This will allow a more airflow behind you.
No special prep is needed. Just clean your wheels and use clear plastidip.
I've used clear plastidip to protect my car and truck wheels during long trips. This product is thick enough to keep my wheels looking their...
Does the Dupli-Color provide a perfect match?
Try dashdesigns. They offer custom dash covers.
303 is a good product. I use it also on other plastic/rubber pieces.
If budget is not a problem, consider Michelin tires.
I agree. I prefer rubber mats especially during winter.
Looks good. Mudflaps are a great addition because they keep a lot of rocks and dirt from being projected behind the wheels.
I like the smell of CG Stripper Scent.
I'm thinking of buying them to keep my car clean.
What an arrogant brat kid!
My buddy went with Ceramic Pro and he is very pleased.
The Bronze Gold looks really nice. My calipers are not painted but I'm planning to do that soon.
I use a coin operated wash to pressure wash and remove the grime and salt, then rinseless at home.
I dig the CF frame. It gives a sporty look.
Not my cup of tea, though it is your car so do whatever makes you happy. ;)
How about using 3M Paint Defender Spray? Anyone tried it?
I got my Viair 300P at 4wheelonline. This compressor hooks up directly to the battery which is better and to prevent the fuse from blowing.
Nice review. Is there a noticeable body roll when cornering? I'm planning to get these general tires on my next tire change.
There are products that are specifically formulated for this kind of problem like the Leather Master Dye Transfer Cleaner.
Try to bring it to your installer. Some guys will replace the damage section for free or for a huge discount.
This one looks great also but a bit more pricey-- https://www.amazon.com/WANPOOL-Sunshade-Anti-Glare-Extender-Passenger/dp/B07JMY812D/
Looks great. I'm just curious about their long-term durability.
Will it also prevent leather from cracking?
It can be repaired by a PDR guy but I doubt it will be perfect.
Matte black looks really cool but a bit hard to keep them clean.
I have the Conti DWS06 on another car. Traction in the wet and dry roads is really good. Cornering is good also.
Love it. Any special product you use to keep it looking nice and clean?