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Old 10 Jul 2008, 05:31 pm
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Default 1996 honda prelude wheels?

will either of these rims rust in the winter when it becomes snowy and icy??? http://www.wheelsnext.com/wheels-tir...com/direct...I am looking for some rims that wont rust in the winter becasue i dont want to have to switch them out in the winter...
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Old 10 Jul 2008, 05:46 pm
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The links don't work, but as a rule, clear-coated aluminum wheels are much better than polished aluminum, in terms of holding up against oxidation.
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