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If I had the time, and was trying to win some serious car shows, then, dang, maybe? I mean the end result is absolutely beautiful! But that is some serious time and effort for something few will see. I guess I might would be my answer.
Maybe it sounds stupid, but my time is worth much more than I'd personally get out of doing something like that.
I mean even if I owned a rolls royce, I don't think I would ever be so **** as to do something like that.
To me, the process itself wouldn't consist of something I would consider "fun". I have fun detailing my paint and getting it to shine, but taking the axles off to effectively detail the differential is way past where I draw the line lol.
i plan on it when i get home, i got new brakes and whole new suspension, so i figure while im at might as well clean it up. even if it is just gonna get dirty again. and i probly wont go as extreme as him
only if I was getting paid I would. Definitely not on a daily driver. My car probably looks worse than the before pictures and may get even worse but there is nothing I plan on doing about it. Unless the rust was rotting through and even then I would just replace the rear end or by then it would be time for a new car.
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