[200q20v] RE: Adhesive Wheel Balancing Weights?
motogo1 at home.com
Tue Apr 17 23:46:27 EDT 2001
Actually, good ol' WD40 works quite good also. May take some rubbing, but it
sure won't hurt the rims.
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From: "Calvin & Diana Craig" <calvinlc at earthlink.net>
To: <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 10:16 PM
Subject: [200q20v] RE: Adhesive Wheel Balancing Weights?
> I have not tried it, but Goof Off seems to get just about any adhesive
> You can buy it at Target or craft stores, or so my wife says, I just use
> supply :) I don't think it is too hard on surfaces because we have even
> used it on a leather couch before and it worked great with no adverse
> Subject: [200q20v] Adhesive Wheel Balancing Weights?
> This is not a query particular to the 200Q 20V but here goes... Anybody
> have any positive experience in removing the adhesive residue left by old
> alloy wheel balancing weights? I have several I'd like to get off prior
> re-balancing but don't want to use anything too aggressive which might
> attack the clearcoat. I was going to try lacquer thinner or pure
> any other thoughts? Thanks.
> Chris Hemberger
> 200Q 20V Avant
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