I use Meguiars Gold Class Endurance. I try to give it at least an hour to dry. Usually lasts a couple weeks even through rain.
What tire sizes do you have on those wheels? Have you rolled the fender lips?
I only ask becasue at that height you shouldn't have any real rubbing issues unless you have aggressive offsets but it doesn't look like that's the case.
Thats pretty clean and clever Jasbmo. Have you thought about putting it in the upper left slot above the extra CD cartridge cubby? I think That would probably be my second choice after the one you chose, but Due to the EDFC being eye candy for knuckle heads I would have to cover it up.
Yeah, I see what you're saying about easy access to it for changing road conditions. Also I wanted to ask how is your camber at that height, and the tire wear as a result? I had no finger gap when I first got my coilovers but raised it back up to a two finger gap due to rubbing in front from my 245/35/20. I'm getting tires soon and switching out to 225/35/20 recommended to me by Puredrifter a few months back. I didn't get an alignment when I lowered but managed to get about 34k miles on my Yoko S.drives so far. I might be able to squeeze 40k. What kind of mileage are you getting from your's?
Ouch thats nasty :-( I feel for you. Damnit crap roads with potholes that a not fixed.
But instead of powdercoat?? I dont think i would like the look, take it to a good rim repair specialist. Do some research where to find a good one, i think you have change it can be straightent out again.
What tire shine do you recommend? I've purchased several recommended products, but they're all similar.
I thought about the monotone look, but I always go back to the fact that this is a 12 year old car and I don't really want to give it an ultra-modern appearance. I like the classy nuances that made the LS what it was at the time. Also, the 2 tone actually matches my wheels.
It would look something like this if it wa all black. Looks beautiful tough!