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Mothers Polish
Foaming All Wheel and Tire Cleaner
Mothers Polish
PowerBall 4Lights
LMC Truck
LH Fender Apron
LMC Truck
RH Fender Apron
Matco Tools
Pneumatic and Electric Power Tools
The Industrial Depot
.040 Cut-Off Wheels

Episode Transcript

(KEVIN)>> HEY, WELCOME TO TRUCKS. WE'RE MAKING GREAT PROGRESS ON PROJECT SUPER DUALLY. GETTING THE DOORS BUILT UP, GLASS INSTALLED, BUT AS YOU CAN SEE, WELL THERE'S NO DRIVER CONTROLS. SO ESSENTIALLY THIS THING'S A GLORIFIED TV PROP UNTIL WE FIGURE OUT A WAY TO GET THIS CLASSIC BODY TO COMMUNICATE WITH A NEW MODERN CHASSIS.

(RYAN)>> AND A BIG PART OF THAT IS THE COOLING SYSTEMS FOR THE ENGINE, TURBOCHARGER, AND PASSENGERS IN THE FORM OF THE RADIATOR, INTERCOOLER, AND A/C CONDENSER. NOW WE DEFINITELY WANT TO TRY TO REUSE ALL THESE STOCK PIECES. IT'LL SAVE US BIG BUCKS AND WE CAN AVOID GOING TO THE AFTERMARKET FOR SOME CUSTOM UNITS. NOW IF POSSIBLE, WE'D REALLY LIKE TO USE THE STOCK DODGE CORE SUPPORT. IT'S GOT THE MOUNTING LOCATIONS BUILT IN ALONG WITH THE CORRECT SPACING BETWEEN THE INTERCOOLER, CONDENSER, AND THE RADIATOR. PLUS IT'D BE NICE TO DROP IN ONE MODULAR UNIT LIKE THAT. NOW THE RADIATOR, WELL IT WAS DAMAGED IN THE WRECK. THE MOUNTING PEGS ARE BROKEN, IT'S LEAKING, AND WELL IT'S JUST KINDA IN ROUGH SHAPE. BUT IT'S PERFECT FOR MOCK UP BECAUSE WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT DAMAGING IT. NOW ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS TRY TO MAKE THIS STUFF WORK.

AFTER A CAREFUL DISASSEMBLY OF OUR FRESHLY PAINTED TRUCK, WE CAN MOVE ON WITH WHAT WE REFER TO AS PLAN "A". NOW WE WERE TRYING TO KEEP AS MUCH OF THE FORD FACTORY SHEET METAL AS POSSIBLE AND TRYING TO MAKE THE DODGE COMPONENTS WORK.

(KEVIN)>> UM, YEAH, OKAY, THE GOOD NEWS IS WE HAVE CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE FAN CLUTCH AND THE RADIATOR CORE. THE BAD NEWS, OBVIOUSLY THE RADIATOR IS JUST TOO WIDE. SO WE'RE AT A CROSSROADS. WE CAN DO "A", DESIGN A COMPLETE CUSTOM COOLING SYSTEM FOR THIS TRUCK AND SPEND A LOT OF MONEY THAT WE DON'T NEED TO. OR "B", RECYCLE THE DODGE SYSTEM, WHICH IS DESIGNED TO COOL THIS ENGINE IN THE FIRST PLACE AND WORK WITH ALL THE OTHER SYSTEM COMPONENTS THAT WE'RE GONNA REUSE ON THIS TRUCK. SO AT THIS POINT, IT'S A LOT CHEAPER FOR US TO REUSE THE DODGE STUFF AND RECYCLE, AND TRIM A LITTLE BIT OF SHEET METAL. SO THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO.

(RYAN)>> AND WITH THE INNER APRONS MARKED FOR RADIATOR CLEARANCE, WE JUST WENT AHEAD AND PULLED THE SHEET METAL OFF. IT'S A LOT EASIER TO WORK WITH IT ON THE GROUND.

AFTER REMOVING THE OLD BATTERY BOX, KEVIN WENT TO WORK MAKING SOME ROOM USING A PLASMA CUTTER AND A FOUR AND A HALF INCH ANGLE GRINDER WITH A 40 THOUSANDTHS THICK CUTOFF WHEEL THAT WE GOT FROM INDUSTRIAL DEPOT. NOW IN THE AREAS WHERE HE DIDN'T HAVE ROOM TO GET THE ANGLE GRINDER IN PLACE, WELL HE JUST WENT BACK WITH THE PLASMA CUTTER.

AFTER VERIFYING THAT OUR SHEET METAL SURGERY WAS SUCCESSFUL AND THE RADIATOR FIT, WELL WE TRIED TO MOCK IT UP ON THE VEHICLE. AFTER HANGING THE INNER APRONS AND THE HEADER PANEL, WE DROPPED THE RADIATOR DOWN IN PLACE. AND EVEN THOUGH IT FIT, WELL IT WAS QUICKLY BECOMING APPARENT THAT WE WEREN'T GONNA HAVE ENOUGH ROOM FOR THE INTERCOOLER AND A/C CONDENSER. WE WERE ALSO GONNA HAVE ISSUES WITH MOUNTING LOCATIONS, AND CLEARANCE FOR THE RADIATOR CAP. IT WAS JUST GONNA END UP BEING A HODGE PODGE OF PARTS. SO IT'S ON TO PLAN "B". SO AFTER REMOVING THE CORE'S HEADER PANEL, WE QUICKLY ASSEMBLED THE DODGE CORE SUPPORT WITH THE RADIATOR, CONDENSER, AND INTERCOOLER. FEELING LUCKY?

(KEVIN)>> YES! OKAY, OKAY!

(RYAN)>> A LITTLE MORE TRIMMING ON THESE INNER FENDERS, WE'LL BE ABLE TO PULL THIS UP WITHIN A HALF INCH OF THAT FAN AND WE'LL HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHERE TO LATCH THE HOOD LATER. I SEE HOOD PINS IN THE FUTURE.

(KEVIN)>> I THINK SO.

(RYAN)>> AND WITH THE CORE SUPPORT SITTING IN THE STOCK DODGE FRAME MOUNTS, WE TOOK A MEASUREMENT BACK TO THE FAN. AND WE TOOK THAT MEASUREMENT AND GOT TO WORK RELOCATING THE BODY MOUNTS. NOW WE USED A CUTOFF WHEEL AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE FOR A NICE CLEAN CUT. NOW SINCE THE FRAME TAPERS IN JUST PAST THE STOCK MOUNT, WE KNEW WE HAD TO FLATTEN IT OUT AND THAT INVOLVES THIS RECTANGULAR TUBING AND A LITTLE BIT MORE CUTTING.

(KEVIN)>> YEP!

(RYAN)>> I'LL TAKE TWO OF THEM PLEASE. NOW KEVIN'S METHOD IS CUTTING A SLIGHT CURVE INTO THE TUBING USING A CUTOFF WHEEL IS A SMART ONE. HE'S DOING REPETITIVE GROOVES A LITTLE BIT DEEPER AND DEEPER EACH TIME. YOU DON'T WANT TO FORCE THE BLADE IN THERE AND TRY TO TURN IT. THE WHEEL WILL SHATTER AND BECOME A SPINNING WHEEL OF DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.

NOW PRIOR TO CUTTING THE STOCK MOUNTS OFF, WE TOOK SOME BEFORE MEASUREMENTS, NOT ONLY TO GET THE CORRECT SET BACK OF THE MOUNTS, BUT ALSO SO WE COULD PLACE IT AT THE CORRECT HEIGHT. YOU DON'T WANT THESE GOING ON CROOKED. IT'LL JUST EFFECT EVERYTHING ELSE YOU STACK ON TOP OF THEM.

(KEVIN)>> THAT OUGHT TO WORK.

(RYAN)>> GOT CLEARANCE AND EVERYTHING.

(KEVIN)>> HECK YEAH!

(RYAN)>> HEY GUYS, WELCOME BACK TO THE SHOP. WELL WITH OUR COOLING SYSTEMS IN PLACE, WE WENT AHEAD AND HUNG THE FENDERS SO WE COULD TRY TO REINSTALL THE GRILL, MAKE SURE EVERYTHING LINES UP. CROSS MY FINGERS, MY SIDE'S IN GOOD SHAPE.

(KEVIN)>> WELL IT LOOKS LIKE THE ONLY THING THAT'S KEEPING US FROM A PERFECT FIT IS THIS FLANGE RIGHT HERE ON THE GRILL. IT'S COMING INTO CONTACT WITH THE CONDENSER. WE COULD TRIM THIS DOWN AND IT'S GONNA BE GREAT. WE'RE GONNA HAVE PLENTY OF HOOD CLEARANCE AND OUR MODULE FROM THE DODGE WORKS PERFECT IN THIS FORD DOG HOUSE. THAT'S AWESOME!

(RYAN)>> YOU GET LUCKY EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE.

(KEVIN)>> YEP.

(RYAN)>> WELL NOW THAT WE'VE ESTABLISHED THAT OUR COOLING SETUP'S GOING TO WORK AND THE GRILL'S GONNA FIT WITH A LITTLE BIT OF MODIFICATION, WE'VE STILL GOT ANOTHER ISSUE. WE'VE GOT TO TIE THE INNER AND OUTER FENDER TOGETHER, AND COME UP WITH A WAY TO ATTACH IT TO THE DODGE CORE SUPPORT. SO WHAT OUR PLAN IS IS TO CUT SOME SECTIONS OUT OF THE FORD CORE SUPPORT. THAT'LL TIE THE INNER AND OUTER FENDERS TOGETHER. A SLIGHT MODIFICATION AND IT'LL BOLT UP TO THE DODGE CORE SUPPORT. ADD A FEW GUSSETS AND WE'LL BE IN GOOD SHAPE. BUT IN TYPICAL HOT RODDER FASHION, ONE SOLUTION LED TO ANOTHER PROBLEM. NOW WE'VE GOT TO FIGURE OUT A WAY TO INCORPORATE A HOOD LATCH. WE'LL CROSS THAT BRIDGE LATER.

(KEVIN)>> NOW YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED WE WEREN'T VERY CAREFUL TRIMMING THESE INNER FENDERS OR APRONS OUT. THAT'S BECAUSE THEY'RE BEAT UP, THEY'RE DAMAGED, THEY'RE RUSTY, AND THEY'RE STRESSED CRACKED, AND THEY'RE DONE. SO WE GOT A NEW PAIR FROM LMC TRUCK SHIPPED JUST LIKE YOU SEE'EM. THEY COME WITH THE EDP COATING ALREADY ON, WHICH STANDS FOR ELECTRO DEPOSITION PRIMER, WHICH IS ELECTRO STATICALLY APPLIED TO THE METAL MAKING IT VERY STRONG AND A VERY THOROUGH CORROSION PROTECTION. SO THESE'LL PROBABLY OUTLAST THE VEHICLE, AND WE'RE GONNA UTILIZE THE EXISTING BOLT HOLE LOCATIONS. THAT WAY IF WE HAVE TO DO ANY SERVICE ON THIS VEHICLE, IT'S A SIMPLE PROCEDURE.

THIS IS A PROCESS I REFER TO AS WHITTLING BECAUSE YOU DON'T WANT TO CUT TOO MUCH OFF. NOW WE'RE SAVING THE UPPER TIE BAR FOR A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT REASONS. NUMBER ONE, IT HOUSES THE LATCH. NUMBER TWO, IT GIVES US THE CORRECT SPACING BETWEEN THE FENDERS. AFTER LOOSELY BOLTING IN THE FORD CORE SUPPORT TO RETAIN OUR FENDER SPACING, WE SET THE DODGE COOLING MODULE UP IN THE RELOCATED MOUNTING TABS, AND DO A TRACE LINE AROUND THE OUTSIDE EDGE SO WE CAN SEE WHAT ELSE WE HAVE TO TRIM OFF THE FORD CORE SUPPORT. BASICALLY THIS IS A PROCESS OF REFINEMENT, AND A LOT OF TRIAL AND ERROR.

FOLLOWING OUR TRACE LINES, WE'RE TRIMMING BACK A LITTLE BIT MORE TO GET A FLUSH FIT FROM THE FORD CORE SUPPORT TO THE DODGE RADIATOR SUPPORT.

THE OTHER PIECE OF REAL ESTATE THAT WAS KEEPING US FROM A FLUSH FIT WERE THE EARS THAT MOUNT NORMALLY TO THE DODGE FENDERS. THEY'RE GOING AWAY.

WE WANT TO GO UP AND IN WITH THAT CAP.

(RYAN)>> SO AFTER A QUICK TEST FIT, WE DECIDED THAT TWO TIE BARS WEREN'T GONNA WORK, AND THE FORD ONE HAD TO GO.

(KEVIN)>> IT'S A, YEAH, NO!

(RYAN)>> AND AFTER WHITTLING DOWN THE FORD HEADER PANEL EVEN MORE, WE MADE TWO SEPARATE PIECES AND KEPT THE SECTIONS THAT FASTENED TO THE FENDERS AND THE INNER APRON. NOW AS FAR AS ATTACHING THE DODGE CORE SUPPORT GOES, WELL WE'RE STILL WORKING ON THAT PLAN.

(KEVIN)>> JUST LIKE THAT!

WELL THAT MOCKED UP GREAT. WE'LL CLEAN THIS UP, CAP THESE OFF, WELD OUR FORD SUPPORT TO THE DODGE SUPPORT. OUR UPPER TIE BAR IS STILL REMOVABLE. THIS IS WORKING OUT REALLY WELL.

(RYAN)>> HEY GUYS, WELCOME BACK TO THE SHOP. NOW WE'VE GOT OUR DODGE COOLING SYSTEM ROUGHLY GRAFTED INTO OUR FORD SHEET METAL, BUT WE'VE STILL GOT THE FACTORY FORD STEEL INNER APRONS IN PLACE. THAT'S CAUSE WE'VE GOT SOME WORK TO DO TO THE FIREWALL. WE'VE GOT THE STEERING COLUMN, AND BRAKE BOOSTER, AND MASTER CYLINDER TO INSTALL ALONG WITH THE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER, AND EVEN THE WIRING HARNESS. AND THERE MAY BE SOME INTERFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE ITEMS AND OUR INNER FENDERS HERE. SO WE MAY HAVE TO DO SOME TRIMMING FOR CLEARANCE. AND ONCE WE DO ALL THAT AND GET IT ALL MOCKED UP, WE CAN TRANSFER OUR MEASUREMENTS OVER TO OUR LMC REPLACEMENT INNER FENDERS AND GET THEM INSTALLED. SPEAKING OF STEERING COLUMNS, CHECK THESE OUT. NOW DESPITE THESE STEERING COLUMNS BEING SEPARATED BY ABOUT 20 YEARS, THEY'RE ACTUALLY QUITE SIMILAR WITH JUST A FEW SUBTLE DIFFERENCES. THEY BOTH HAVE MOUNTING BRACKETS THAT ATTACH TO THE PEDAL ASSEMBLY AND TO THE FIREWALL. AND LUCKILY FOR US, THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE STEERING WHEEL AND THIS MOUNTING FLANGE IS JUST ABOUT IDENTICAL ON BOTH COLUMNS, MEANING WE WON'T HAVE ANY AWKWARD STEERING WHEEL PLACEMENT ISSUES. IT'LL SIT RIGHT WHERE IT NEEDS TO. NOW THE DODGE COLUMN, WELL IT'S A TILT WHEEL. IT'S GOT THE COMBINATION WIPER AND TURN SIGNAL SWITCH. THE IGNITION SWITCH IS BUILT INTO THE COLUMN, AND THE STEERING WHEEL EVEN HAS THE CRUISE CONTROL SWITCHES RIGHT ON IT MAKING IT REALLY CONVENIENT. BUT BEFORE WE START INSTALLING THIS, WE'VE GOT SOME WORK TO DO ON THE WRECKED DODGE CAB.

WHAT WE'RE DOING IS REMOVING THIS REINFORCEMENT PLATE. NOW THE REASON MANUFACTURERS USE THESE REINFORCEMENT PLATES IS BECAUSE EVEN IF THEY USED A THICKER SINGLE LAYER OF SHEET METAL FOR THE FIREWALL, WELL REPETITIVE USE OF THE BRAKE, CLUTCH, AND THROTTLE WOULD EVENTUALLY FATIGUE THE SHEET METAL CAUSING IT TO CRACK. AND THEY DON'T WANT IT GOING ANYWHERE EITHER. AFTER DRILLING OUT THE DOZEN OR SO SPOT WELDS, WE EVENTUALLY PRIED IT OFF THE FIREWALL. WASN'T SO HARD WAS IT?

GOT IT! BEFORE INSTALLING THE REINFORCEMENT PLATE, WE HAD TO CLEAN UP THE FIREWALL A LITTLE BIT, AND THAT MEANT GETTING ALL THE WIRING HARNESS FROM THE ORIGINAL FORD OUT OF THE WAY SO WE HAD ROOM TO WORK.

(KEVIN)>> NOW THE FORD FIREWALL HAS THE SAME DOUBLE REINFORCED PANEL. WE'RE JUST GONNA TRIM THE EARS OFF AND PUT THE DODGE PIECE RIGHT OVER TOP.

IT'S PRETTY OBVIOUS THIS IS GONNA WORK OUT FAIRLY WELL, BUT WE DO HAVE TO TRIM THE DODGE PIECE AT THE FORD'S PINCH WELD. NOW WE CREATED OUR HORIZON LINE TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYTHING SITS ON THE FIREWALL LEVEL. THIS IS NO BIG DEAL. THIS IS JUST A LITTLE MORE WHITTLING AND TRIMMING.

NOW WITH THE PLATE IN ITS FINAL POSITION, USING THE STUDS FOR THE INTERNAL PEDAL BOX AS A LOCATOR, WE CAN DO OUR FINAL TRIMMING FOR THE BRAKE BOOSTER AND FOR THE STEERING COLUMN. NOW IF YOU'RE KEEPING UP WITH THE TOOLS THAT WE'RE USING TO PERFORM THIS SURGERY, YOU'VE PROBABLY NOTICED THAT SHORT OF PNEUMATIC SAW, THEY'RE ALL MATCO TOOLS THAT YOU'VE PROBABLY ALREADY GOT IN YOUR TOOL BOX. SO IT JUST GOES TO SHOW YOU THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT TOOL IN YOUR SHOP IS OFTEN BETWEEN YOUR EARS.

NOW WITH THE LOCATION OF THE REINFORCEMENT PLATE LOCKED IN, THE NEXT THING TO DO WAS TO DRILL OUT THE HOLES THROUGH THE FIREWALL THAT MOUNT THE POWER BRAKE BOOSTER. NOW THAT'S GONNA ALLOW US TO FINALLY DO A TEST FIT ON THE HYDRO BOOST BRACKET, THE MASTER CYLINDER, AND THE STEERING COLUMN TO SEE WHAT KIND OF CLEARANCE WE HAD IN THE ENGINE BAY.

(RYAN)>> ALL RIGHT, WELL OUR HYDRO BOOST BRAKE BOOSTER AND MASTER CYLINDER ARE GONNA WORK, BUT BARELY. WE ONLY HAVE ABOUT A HALF OF AN INCH CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE MASTER CYLINDER RESERVOIR AND THE AIR INTAKE. AND THE WAY THIS DIESEL ENGINE'S GONNA MOVE AROUND UNDER TORQUE, WE'RE GONNA WANT A LITTLE BIT MORE CLEARANCE THAN THAT. SO WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO GET CREATIVE AND SEE WHAT WE CAN COME UP WITH. EITHER WAY, THIS REINFORCEMENT PLATE FROM THE WRECKED DODGE IS SAVING US A LOT OF TIME AND A LOT OF FABRICATION WORK.

(KEVIN)>> HEY, WELCOME BACK. WELL NOW THAT WE KNOW WHERE OUR COOLING'S GOING TO BE, WE WENT AHEAD AND COMMITTED TO LOCKING IT IN PLACE AND WELDING THE FORD SUPPORT TO THE DODGE COOLING MODULE FRAME WORK. AND WE TOOK KIND OF A COOL OLD SCHOOL CUSTOM TRICK BY BLENDING THE TWO PIECES AND MAKING IT A LITTLE MORE FACTORY USING QUARTER INCH STEEL ROD AND 20 GAUGE SHEET METAL. NOW THE FIRST THING I DID WAS PLACE THE STEEL ROD, BEND IT BY HAND, AND TACK IT IN PLACE ON THE EDGE OF THE SUPPORT. THEN WHAT YOU DO IS TAKE YOUR 20 GAUGE AND YOU TACK IT ON TOP OF THE ROD. THE IMPORTANT THING TO REMEMBER IS TO LEAVE AS MUCH OF THE CIRCULAR ROD EXPOSED AS YOU CAN. THAT WAY YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT PERFECT ROUNDED ROLLED EDGE, AND IT CREATES A STAMPED LOOK. NOW WE'LL PRIME AND BLOCK THAT, AND PAINT IT WITH SOME SEMI GLOSS BLACK PAINT. IT'LL LOOK FACTORY ORIGINAL. NOW BACK HERE WE'VE GOT THE HYDRO BOOST MOUNTED TO THE DODGE BACKING PLATE, WHICH IS ROSETTE WELDED TO THE FORD FIREWALL, AND THE STEERING COLUMN AND STEERING SHAFT ARE INSTALLED. BUT AS YOU CAN SEE, THE SHAFT IS NOT QUITE LONG ENOUGH. NOT A PROBLEM. BECAUSE IT'S ROUND RIGHT HERE, WE CAN SLEEVE IT TO THE LENGTH THAT WE NEED AND STILL RETAIN THE SLIP SHAFT FEATURE, WHICH IS A NICE SAFETY FEATURE JUST IN CASE SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS. BUT WHERE THIS REALLY STARTS COMING TOGETHER IS INSIDE THE CAB, TAKE A LOOK. NOW THE DODGE PEDAL BOX IS A CAST ALUMINUM PIECE THAT'S HELD IN PLACE WITH THE FOUR STUDS FROM THE HYDRO BOOST MOUNT THAT PINCH THE FIREWALL IN BETWEEN THE TWO. THIS STEERING COLUMN IS BOLTED TO THE PEDAL BOX AND AGAIN TO THE THREE STUDS FROM THE BACKING PLATE THAT WE PULLED OUT OF THE DODGE CAB. BUT THE COOL THING ABOUT ALL OF THIS IS THE PEDAL PLACEMENT AND ORIENTATION TO THE STEERING COLUMN STAYS EXACTLY THE SAME JUST LIKE THE FACTORY DESIGNED. SO WE DON'T HAVE TO REENGINEER ANY OF THIS STUFF. AND IF YOU'RE THINKING THAT THIS LOOKS A LITTLE GOOFY WITH THE COLUMN STICKING OUT TOO FAR, WELL CHECK THIS OUT. NOW WITH THE FORD DASH SET INTO PLACE, YOU CAN KINDA SEE WHERE WE'RE GOING. AND IF YOU REMEMBER, THE DODGE CLUSTER FITS INSIDE THE FORD DASH. THE IMPORTANT THING THOUGH IS THAT THE STEERING WHEEL IS EXACTLY WHERE IT NEEDS TO BE. I'VE GOT PLENTY OF ROOM BETWEEN ME AND THE COLUMN AND THE WHEEL ITSELF, AND I CAN SEE STRAIGHT OUT THE MIDDLE OF THE FORD WINDSHIELD JUST LIKE THE FACTORY INTENDED. OBVIOUSLY THIS TRUSTY SEAT IS GOING AWAY AND WE'RE GONNA DO SOME OTHER INTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS TO GET RID OF THE RATS NEST LOOK IN HERE. WE'RE GONNA MODERNIZE THIS TRUCK AND MAKE IT WAY COOL SO THE NAME SUPER DUALLY'S NOT JUST A NAME. NOW CAR CARE AND MAINTENANCE IS NOT JUST ABOUT AESTHETICS, AND MOTHERS HAS GOT SOME GREAT PRODUCTS TO HELP YOU PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. THEIR ALL WHEEL AND TIRE CLEANER DISSOLVES AND SUSPENDS BRAKE DUST AND CONTAMINATION TO WHERE IT CAN BE EASILY RINSED OFF OR WIPED OFF. AND IT'S NONACIDIC, SO IT'S SAFE FOR ANY WHEEL SURFACE. AND WE'VE SHOWN YOU HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO HAVE CLEAR LENSES IN YOUR HEADLIGHTS. WELL MOTHERS' HEADLIGHT RESTORATION KIT MAKES IT A SNAP. AND FINALLY THEIR SYNWAX IS GONNA GIVE YOU NOT ONLY A GREAT LOOK TO YOUR PAINT OR PLASTIC SURFACES, IT'S ALSO GONNA PROTECT AGAINST ACID RAIN AND ALL THE OTHER CONTAMINANTS THAT ARE AIRBORNE. IF YOU'VE GOT ANY QUESTIONS, GO TO POWERBLOCK TV DOT COM. THANKS FOR STICKING WITH US, THANKS FOR WATCHING TRUCKS.
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