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Old 03-29-2009, 05:27 AM
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The uber clay will be fine then.
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Default Boxster exhaust tips

What product do you recommend to clean the exhaust tips of my 987 Boxster? They are the brushed look, not shiny.

Planning on buying some Swissvax wheel wax and looking for something to add to the order. ;-)

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What product do you recommend to clean the exhaust tips of my 987 Boxster? They are the brushed look, not shiny.

Planning on buying some Swissvax wheel wax and looking for something to add to the order. ;-)

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I would pick up Einszett Chrome and Metal


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Phil;
So no more quick connect pads? I have the double sided edge 2ks, what would be a great replacement to these? Debating on the flex, but i might stick with the PC till next summer.
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Thanks, Phil!
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sorry no more quick connect pads we stopped carrying them over a year ago.

I would go with the 5 inch backing plate and the Uber 5.5 inch pads or like you mentioned upgrade to a Flex.

LMK I can try to put a package together either way.

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Phil, I just brought a pc7424 and need pads and polishes to go with it which ones will suit me my car is Black and has a lot of fine scratches.

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sure thing would you have a preference of 6.5 inch pads or 5.5 inch pads?

Also here is the kit I would recommend which has everything you need but the backing plate.

The Uber Menzerna PO203/PO85RD Polishing Combo Kit
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Pad size is not an issue for me. which in your opinion is better?
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for your cars either one would be fine, they have large flat panels I would probably say 6.5 inch

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Uber Orange, Green, Blue (black if you intend on using a liquid sealant or wax)

And then the 6 inch backing plate. (make sure you pick the 6 inch pad size.

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