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    I`m always in the market for top quality wheel brushes for the rims and the likes. I noticed Auto Geek has a line up of New England with wood handles they look pretty high end.

    Any help on the ones that you are using and were you are getting them?
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    One I really like is the EZ Brush. I got it at TOTL. I think it is made for motorcycles, but I like the fact that I can use it to get between brake calipers and rims when there is very little room. A bit pricy at 20 bucks (I think that`s what it costs), but has held up very well for me. I also used it on a few bikes and it works well for them too.

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