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RonC5 replied to RyanbabZ71's topic in Off-TopicTook the Z06 for alignment.
RonC5 replied to RyanbabZ71's topic in Off-TopicThis past weekend I did rotors and pads (DBA T2 Streets with Hawk HPS5.0 pads) on the Z06 and finally lowered it down on the stock bolts. Also cleaned up the fender wells and suspension. Cleaned and polished up the wheels while they were off.
I changed out my console for one with Homelink. While the console was out, I hard wired my V1. There was a harness plug to the passenger side of the overhead, near the windshield. It had keyed power to it. The harness had nothing plugged into it.
My wife keeps asking me that same question. My standard answer is "in case I need one". Have not towed anything yet, but I did haul a 1 x 6 a few weekends ago. I split daily driving between the truck and the 00 Vette, depending on my mood.
You are putting it on too thick then. You should use a dab the size of a dime for half the hood. A very light haze is perfect. My C5 Coupe has at least 150 coats applied, at least 60 on my Z06, probably another 60 on the wife's MDX, only 3 on the truck so far and I have never had an issue unless I was using too much. You need to forget what you do with other products. Hope this helps.
I will never, ever use a pressure cleaner on my cars. Any contaminants on the paint will cause the result about the same as using a sandblaster. The affects are heightened or lessened with how much PSI your machine puts out. If you use the pressure cleaner, use as little pressure as needed to remove the paint. If it were my truck, I would use the clay bar to remove as much as you can. If it does not completely remove it, soak a soft cloth in mineral spirits and see if that will remove the rest. After removing the paint I highly recommend a cleanup of the area with a good paint cleaner and then polish with a orbital buffer and a good coat of wax/polish/sealer of your preference.
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