RGB LEDs ... with a remote control just because you canI thought about changing the color of my dash lights by using colored LED's and whatever other tricks there are to change colors.
The write-ups look easy enough.
But you know what, I'm actually a fan of that old stock Ford green color.
Oh geez, I didn't know the other vehicle burned out also.Your Bronco looks like a cool project. It's the same model I sent to truck heaven with the Hayashuttle.
Now that they're in good shape, you can use a foam polishing ball and some light polish to keep them nice. Chuck it in to your drill and keep after them when they start to haze. I had to do the rims on my old Tahoe every year as the winters in the NC mountains (grit, brine spray and calcium chloride was put down by the county) destroyed them.Cleaned & polished two wheels following BigGar's directions.
Getting years worth of baked on brake dust removed took a lot of work.
The polishing took some time also.
Oh heck yes. The Powerball mini saved me hours of work yesterday!Now that they're in good shape, you can use a foam polishing ball and some light polish to keep them nice.
The two fronts are newer Nitto's while the two rear are old BFG's.Wheels came out nice Eddie! Why do you have an ancient and cracked BFG on one side and a nice Nitto on the other?
You know, I tried to Google recommendations for this and got swamped with hits that didn't really help.I can't see a reason you'd want 65 PSI in the tires on that, you aren't max loading them. Harsh ride on the street and way too high pressure for offroad.
The old "phone dial" Mustang LX wheel holes used to look good painted whatever color the body was. I know you don't like either suggestion but I'd paint them that gray color.Thanks, guys!
I can't picture liking that.
I bet it would be a good bit of work to paint those holes properly.