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    bike brush rocks!

    Hello, I recieved the bike brush for Christmas and finally got to try it out. This is a must for any and all bikes! Easy to push through the spokes as well as the engine area. If you have not bought one yet you should! Andrew

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    I'll have to give it a try. Does it grab the dirt fairly well on th espokes? good for getting in the tight spots in the engine area?

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    yes it is wounderfull for all areas!

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    Is it the $20 one your speaking of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterguitar
    Is it the $20 one your speaking of?
    Hers the link to the brush. I'm curios to know how well it will work on my wheels. Is it soft and flexible with enough bite to remove break dust?

    http://www.bikedepot.net/ezbrush.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe.p
    Hers the link to the brush. I'm curios to know how well it will work on my wheels. Is it soft and flexible with enough bite to remove break dust?

    http://www.bikedepot.net/ezbrush.html
    I would spray and rinse brake dust first then use bike brush....We use three for a bike..one for wheels, one for body and one for engine.
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