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Has anybody tried these to polish wheels? I was thinking of buying one but they are about $25 (seems way over priced :roll: ) and I don't want to spend that much unless they work well.

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Same here - the small one does best on the 1800 rims. I use the bigger one to clean mah mud sink from time ta time. Little cleanser on the sink, dab of water, an' she cleans right up!
 

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I think the one from Flitz looks a whole lot more durable. I bought the Flitz one at the Honda Hoot for around $20.
 

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Where can you get the Mothers Power Ball ??
Thanks 8)
 

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I'm sure the powerball does polish out your wheels well but my question would be do you have to remove the wheels to use it? It's awfully tight quarters between the rotors and the wheels and they cover a lot of the wheel area. Just wondering, I always buff 'em out by hand. T.
 

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tvbveb said:
I'm sure the powerball does polish out your wheels well but my question would be do you have to remove the wheels to use it? It's awfully tight quarters between the rotors and the wheels and they cover a lot of the wheel area. Just wondering, I always buff 'em out by hand. T.
The Mother's PowerBall Mini fits without removing anything (even with rotor covers) to polish the wheels. It also works very well using BOM metal polish, better in my opinion than the Mother's polish.
 
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