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      08-15-2011, 04:19 PM   #2
BMRLVR
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Too bad about the finish being wrecked!

I noticed that Sonax wheel cleaner was starting to get hard on my brakes as well so I am no longer going to use it, P21S is the best wheel cleaner there is when it comes to being gentle on brakes.

As for your questions on repainting, I would look into having the hats re-anodized since paint may be susceptible to damage/peeling due to wheel changes. Painting the yellow by hand is an option or you could use an x-acto knife and mask it up...... your choice.

If you can be without the car for a while I strongly recommend contacting IND, they paint lots of brakes and can do them in any color you want. If you explain that you need a quick turnaround I am sure they can expedite the process too!
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