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    Re: Wheel/tire detailing roller stand....recommendations?

    Here’s an option,

    Hardline Rollastand - RevZilla

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    Re: Wheel/tire detailing roller stand....recommendations?

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    Here’s an option,

    Hardline Rollastand - RevZilla
    Sweet... thanksWheel/tire detailing roller stand....recommendations?

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    Re: Wheel/tire detailing roller stand....recommendations?

    As I'm sure people have noticed by now, I don't do things by halves.

    When I bought a new set of wheels for the Mustang earlier this year, I wanted the ceramic coating process to be as smooth as possible.

    I had a wheel stand on my radar long before that though, however the choice of these stands is a bit limited in Australia. One company here was selling a version from Polka Premium, but that had been sold out for months. The other option was a Maxshine version which had just hit the market here, it arrived a few weeks prior to my wheels turning up.





    Did I need one of these, probably not. Did it make the process easy, hell yes!!

    I have used this so far to prep the tires and ceramic coat those wheels, as well as wash, decon and polish my old set. The bed of my truck with its rubber liner made for an excellent work station.















    As I said, I didn't really need one to do what I had in mind. But as a detailing nut, it just made sense having one on hand.

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