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Old 03-20-2006, 02:25 PM
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Just make sure you give them 1099 forms!!
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Everyone gets a 1099, no cash ,no exceptions=NO Bullsh*t
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After you get her polished try some of this stuff called SharkHide. I saw it in a pontoon boat mag and it looks pretty good. Heck its worth the try after you get'er the way you want it.

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After you get her polished try some of this stuff called SharkHide. I saw it in a pontoon boat mag and it looks pretty good. Heck its worth the try after you get'er the way you want it.

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Thanks . The last trailer I polished out water spoted bad . Had to repolish out once a year.My new alum tool boxes look good
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Thanks . The last trailer I polished out water spoted bad . Had to repolish out once a year.My new alum tool boxes look good
Hey Strip, The truck stop recommendation is a great one. My father gets his Prevost motorcoach wheels done once a year at his favorite truck stop. Cheap and they do a great job. To keep that polished surface oxidation free, try some Zoops protective. A local Hot Rodder turned me on to the stuff.
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Hey Strip, The truck stop recommendation is a great one. My father gets his Prevost motorcoach wheels done once a year at his favorite truck stop. Cheap and they do a great job. To keep that polished surface oxidation free, try some Zoops protective. A local Hot Rodder turned me on to the stuff.
I have bought some rod end stuff from Zoops before . I would think this protective coating stuff would be just wax?

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