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Old 12-08-2011, 07:12 PM
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Verryy Nice. Once again, well done sir.
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I still cant justify myself paying so much for WK2.. hehe I was just joking!!

Seriously, your truck looks amazing,, you got the best looking WK2 so far~~

BTW< is there anyway you can ditch that orange light in your headlight?

it just stands out too much in black
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Just notice the thread, good to see R1Concepts hooked you up. Rotors look great! Did you get the zinc coating on 'em?
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Just notice the thread, good to see R1Concepts hooked you up. Rotors look great! Did you get the zinc coating on 'em?
No I did'nt do it california is ok .I think 1268 did the Zinc on his he should have his anytime soon

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Just notice the thread, good to see R1Concepts hooked you up. Rotors look great! Did you get the zinc coating on 'em?
What does the zinc coating do?
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Can you please PM details, this will probably be my next mod.


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Can you pm me the details also, looking to get this done ASAP.
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What does the zinc coating do?
The primary purpose of zinc plating is to protect metals from the effects of corrosion or rust. Zinc Plated coatings are “sacrificial” coatings – meaning the coating sacrifices itself in order to protect the substrate beneath, as the coating oxidizes the corrosion itself continues to provide a level of protection to the substrate. Zinc coating cannot be done over any other rust protection coating, has to be done to the bear metal itself.

Basically, it helps keep your rotors from rusting so soon. Look at it as a "clear coat" for your rotors.
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The primary purpose of zinc plating is to protect metals from the effects of corrosion or rust. Zinc Plated coatings are “sacrificial” coatings – meaning the coating sacrifices itself in order to protect the substrate beneath, as the coating oxidizes the corrosion itself continues to provide a level of protection to the substrate. Zinc coating cannot be done over any other rust protection coating, has to be done to the bear metal itself.

Basically, it helps keep your rotors from rusting so soon. Look at it as a "clear coat" for your rotors.
Have you started making these for the WK2? And pads?
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