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The one inch spacers add a aggressive touch. Nice. Can you put them on easily yourself?

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Yea spacers are easy to install maybe 15 mins for all wheels. And for a full correction proly take 10 long hours lol but worth it


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Clean truck on a sunny day ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1406166909.624973.jpg full paint correction in beginning of April, still holding up great.


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So what's the deal with the paint correction? I have the truck clay barred, waxed, buffed, polished and sealed but it still has some little brown fall out specs on it and the paint seems kinda faded. Will this correction take cafe of that?

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So what's the deal with the paint correction? I have the truck clay barred, waxed, buffed, polished and sealed but it still has some little brown fall out specs on it and the paint seems kinda faded. Will this correction take cafe of that?

Yea you have to just a cutting polish to remove imperfections if not then all the wax and polish does is cover it up. How bad is your paint? Any oxidation or scratches?


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Lots of little scratchs from off roading. Not to much oxidation. But I have lots of little brown specs. I call it fall out, not sure what the technical term is. But it's from the truck sitting out side for weeks at a time with out being driven or washed. I usually try to get a detail every 6 months and wash it once a month.

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Yea the buffer will get those brown specs off for sure. And the scratches. Get a buffer with orange pad and either v34 or mequiars 100 and cut all of that off then follow with v36 polish the p40 polish then jet seal for sealant


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have you used the chemical guys products? I hear a lot of good stuff about them.

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have you used the chemical guys products? I hear a lot of good stuff about them.

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That's where the v36 and p40 and v34 come from is chemical guys and the buffer and citrus wash lol


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cool. that what my detail guy (brother inlaw) uses.

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In what order do you apply all that in?

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Wash the truck with the citrus wash then clay bar the truck hell then wash it again to be sure. Next you'll want to Dry the truck off with your leaf blower or microfiber I use a leaf lower got a electric one lol or you can use a gas as long as it isn't from the 70"s lol then you can begin to do the truck with the m100 which is a heavy cut polish that should remove all scratches and oxidation it removes 1200 grit scratches this will take you a solid 2 1/2 hours if you work solid and don't stop make sure you get everything or you'll have brown spots where you thought your truck was white lol next go straight to v36 you can wipe off the m100 but shouldn't have to. Same steps with v36 take your time you want it to be perfect with he amount of work your putting in it!! Then follow with p40 polish this will really clean up the truck making it look nice and shiny !! Then wipe off the truck. Then follow with your favorite sealant I used nxt 2.0 from mequiars but I want to get some jet seal or opticoat 2.0 I've heard amazing reviews from both! I think opticoat has a 5 year guarantee it forms a clear coat stronger than oem so you'd really have to make sure you liked what you did first ha this is abt it. I'll post pics of my wife's hummer I'm doing it tomorrow morning and should finish Sunday evening


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That's awesome. Sounds pretty solid.

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