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WHAT KIND OF "WAX" ARE YOU USING????


bobbywalter

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Location
woodhaven mi
Vehicle Year
1988
Make / Model
FORD mostly
Engine Size
BIGGER
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
sawzall?
Tire Size
33-44
My credo
it is easier to fix and understand than "her"
Yes....dirt is dirty.
 


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Grumpaw

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Location
Virginia
Vehicle Year
2009
Make / Model
Ford Ranger XL
Engine Type
2.3 (4 Cylinder)
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
2WD
Total Lift
Stock
Total Drop
Stock
Tire Size
Stock 225/70/15
My credo
I don't count birthday's anymore...just happy to be looking down at the ground instead of looking up
Dirt is great stuff. It also blends in with dirt and doesn't show mud after it dries. I like dirt.
It's also superb at hiding scratches, and of course, it hides "clean" very well.
 

arfunker

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Phoenix, Arizona, USA
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Automatic
I use the P21S Carnauba Wax. Though it's quite pricey compared to other brands, it's very easy to apply and the shine lasts longer.
 

Ranger850

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Location
Tallahassee Florida
Vehicle Year
2001
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
Born with a 3.0, looking for a donor V8
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
2WD
Total Lift
Stock 2"
Tire Size
Stock
My credo
Doing things wrong, until I get it right.
I tend to lean towards the Turtle wax stuff. No reason. I just like turtles.
 


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