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18" OEM bullitts chrome or aluminum?

I want to polish my 18" polished oem bullitts(bought from PACO)...are they chrome or polished aluminum?


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I want to polish my 18" polished oem bullitts(bought from PACO)...are they chrome or polished aluminum?
Ummmm didn't you say they were polished?


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Yea I did...but for all I knew they were polished 'chrome'. Any suggestions on what to use to polish them....that I could find at a local parts store i.e. PepBoys, Advance Auto or NAPA?

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For day to day gleaming just use your wax removal towel after doing your paint. For tuff grime, use Mothers Chrome wax.

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These are the wheels I sent him.They should polish up nice with Mothers (mentioned) or even glass cleaner for a quick clean up.pOco
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These are the wheels I sent him.They should polish up nice with Mothers (mentioned) or even glass cleaner for a quick clean up.pOco
Look like polished aluminum... I have the same on mine. Easy to maintain. Usually just a quick wipe unless there's a lot of brake dust.

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