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      03-14-2008, 05:08 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by ybbiz34 View Post
The aluminum is not real aluminum. It is not allowed to be. If you wrecked your car and there was real aluminum, and it chipped/broke as a result of the crash, it would be EXTREMELY sharp and pretty much guarantee you would be getting lacerated severly.

It is plastic with an aluminum-type brush job.

At least, that is what I heard.
Its not. Its made of metal.
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