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Damn they came out nice!!! I've been lucky enough to never have chrome rims to worry about these issues LOL!

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If you run them another winter I'd suggest plastidip in the fall then peel it off in the spring... totally protect them from all the winter crap.
Long story....but the short of it is I covered them in petroleum jelly, its good for more then just one thing

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Long story....but the short of it is I covered them in petroleum jelly, its good for more then just one thing
Wouldn't know have never used this petroleum jelly you talk about

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I've been using a can of , normal rust check, in the winter on my aluminum rims
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