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Sweeet :)
 

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Thats what I am talking about! Love to see them dirty!! :eek:
 

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I hate cleaning them when they are muddy, the only dirt i don't mind taking off is a mixture of sand and dirt, cause it just washes away.
 

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I've washed it 2 times now and it's still dirty, I guess it will never be the same as the day I brought it home. :roll:
 

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Actually mine was cleaner the first time i washed it than it was when i bought it. Cause i think there was some sort of film that is sprayed on factory and the rims were alot more shinny when i cleaned them.
 

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shape of mine at the moment (250 that is) bout 5 stone of dirt and muck clining to it. My garden will never be the same again. no grass left. a bog.
 

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I spent 12 bucks at the car wash cleaning mine last time it looked like that. I've since just bought a honda powered pressure washer. Works great, makes cleaning a 5 minute ordeal at home but they're kind of expensive. Mine's a 5 hp 2700psi one, and oh, beware of pressure washing the decals. Mine have all blown away....
 

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I agree most severe mud riders need to own a pressure washer! And every time I wash mine it ends up with less stickers! lol :eek:
 

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I don't have any more probs with flying stickers cause i spray the decals from above or at a90 degree angle.
 
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