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Posted in response to Re: Resurfacing Nova type wheels? from Ron Thiel on April 21, 2010 at 10:05:04:

Re: Re: Resurfacing Nova type wheels?

Thanks.
Yeah, I've looked into that process. Problem with it is you're putting a hard cure epoxy on a soft surface...

I remember reading a post somewhere on the net about a process a guy came up with that uses a commercial rubberized compound you mix diamond powder in, clean, etc which then adheres to the existing rubber surface effectively renewing the soft Nova like surface. That's what I'm trying to find. Hopefully, Liz's friends process uses that technique.

I'm thinking that epoxy process would be better on a Galaxy type (hard) wheel, just haven't worn mine out yet to try it.

Thanks,
Phil

From Phil - April 24, 2010 at 02:34:56

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