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What have you done to your K2 today?


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2 minutes ago, Penguin VII said:

My truck is a year newer than yours and it looks 5 years older from the undercarriage.

It helps that it sat inside of a garage when i lived in san diego, i also had a daily. Since moving to florida the most its seen is just a sandy road. 

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35 minutes ago, jgutierrez89 said:

It helps that it sat inside of a garage when i lived in san diego, i also had a daily. Since moving to florida the most its seen is just a sandy road. 

Ah, ok then. Mine is a daily in new england that sees sand, salt, rocks, everything. Makes me feel a bit better.

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Washed it because the tire shine that the shop put on flung everywhere. Couple spots like this that wont come out. Tried a claybar and nufinish scratch stuff, came out a little bit but still there. What do you guys use to get stains like this out?

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8 minutes ago, michigan2500hd said:

Looks great!! Love the color. 

Is it just the camera or do you have quite a bit of negative camber on the driver's side front wheel? 

Thanks, I'm love the color too.  I think it's just the camera angle giving you that view.

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7 hours ago, jgraves13 said:

Washed it because the tire shine that the shop put on flung everywhere. Couple spots like this that wont come out. Tried a claybar and nufinish scratch stuff, came out a little bit but still there. What do you guys use to get stains like this out?

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Clay bar it again. Put some elbow grease into it. Next step would probably be an orbital buffer if it bothers you that much

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