|10-29-2012 09:40 PM|
They are all right!!
|10-29-2012 09:07 PM|
|10-28-2012 01:42 PM|
|10-28-2012 01:28 PM|
|TeeJayBurton||Have thought about Plastidipping but don't want the corrosion spots to show through. Not sure what I'll do quite yet.|
|10-28-2012 12:42 PM|
|Brad48178||I would plastic dip them or use spray on bedliner.|
|10-28-2012 12:36 PM|
|10-26-2012 10:06 PM|
|psouza||Corrosion, not rust. Common on aircraft, under painted surfaces. Once started, it is self sustaining and tunnels under paint and clear coat and does not stop until the covering film is removed and the aluminum is cleaned and polished. This corrosion leaves deep pitting and can lead to total failure of the base metal.|
|10-26-2012 06:00 PM|
Yup, looks like oxidation to me. I'd buff it off and cover it with some car wax.
Not sure how the wheels are but you might even want to spray some clear paint coating to keep the rust out.
|10-26-2012 03:55 PM|
|hagler123||Interested also....... I have the same looking blemishes on my tj canyon wheels but its worse than yours. I don't know it happened and I don't think it can be fixed. I think its some form of oxidation like when bare metal rusts|
|10-26-2012 03:51 PM|
Whats on my wheels?
I recently got a 2004 TJ Rubicon with the stock 16" Moabs. I noticed it before we bought it and it isn't a huge deal, but there is something on almost all of the wheels and I can't figure out what. Look at the white spots around the center caps.
Anyone know what it is and how to get it off?