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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-23-2013, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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Contrast Cut VS Platinum Cut

Hey can anyone tell me if the two are any different to keep clean? How is the maintenance on them? I would hate to spend all that cash and have the aluminum look like crap over time.


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I have several contrast cut parts but thier all small stuff like bag latches air cleaner etc. just a wipe with a cloth and they look decent. Although my friend has a contrast cut wheel and regrets buying it because of how much he has to clean it to look the way he wants. Just FYI for you. He's a bit if a clean freak though.

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Thanks Lexin. I need to get out and see some. I am wondering if I should just get a set of agitators and be done with it.


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Thanks Lexin. I need to get out and see some. I am wondering if I should just get a set of agitators and be done with it.
Have you looked at the Anarchy wheels? Don't know if you like that style wheel but they are a little different than most other wheels. The pictures on HD web site don't do them justice, they look much better in real life. I like how the brake rotors are open design to see more of the wheel.


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Have you looked at the Anarchy wheels? Don't know if you like that style wheel but they are a little different than most other wheels. The pictures on HD web site don't do them justice, they look much better in real life. I like how the brake rotors are open design to see more of the wheel.
If you like the anarchy wheels gengras HD in CT is running a special on them. 800 bucks for front and rear.

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HD Anarchy wheels in contrast CHROME. These are 18" front and rear.
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If you like the anarchy wheels gengras HD in CT is running a special on them. 800 bucks for front and rear.
I will check that out, thank you very much!


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I really Like the Anarchy wheels but they don't come in 19" If they did I might be sold. Heck I like the new enforcer wheels but everyone and their mother will get those stock LOL.


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I really Like the Anarchy wheels but they don't come in 19" If they did I might be sold. Heck I like the new enforcer wheels but everyone and their mother will get those stock LOL.
I'm fine with the looks of the 18", but I definitely agree that HD missed the boat by not offering it in 19" like the agitators.


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I'm fine with the looks of the 18", but I definitely agree that HD missed the boat by not offering it in 19" like the agitators.
I know HD isn't a wheel company but if they got with the times and offered all thier wheels in 18,19, and 21", I think they could make a few bucks. Especially if they offer them below the wheel company prices.

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