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I have a set of 22x10 Palisade that have seen better days. They have been out in the weather of the east coast for a year now and they need work. I have used that mothers ball and it does ok, but they need more. The inside of the wheel hoop needs it the most, lots of pitting. Any sugestions out there? I was thinking about ordering one of those wheel buffing kits from eastwood and use a drill I guess. Would a paint polisher work also?
 

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You might look into a professional polish to bring them back and then polish them yourself as needed. I believe a professional polish can run anywhere from 150-200 dollars and they will look as good as new.
 

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Good point Im just thinking I have nothing to do during the winter months so I wanted to take them to the basement and work on them myself. The wheel face is not that bad, its just everything else.
 

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Blow03ss, there is a place right in philly that refinishes wheels. They do all Peterbilt and bigrig stuff. The wheels that come out of there are beautiful. I'm sure this would be a simple task for them, as I have seen some horrible wheels come out of there gleaming. Just a polish and possibly a reclearing for yours. I don't have there number on me, but I will post it when I get home tonight.
 
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