April 6, 2010yea "the absorber" works good but dont get the cheap one cause thats what i did and it didnt work worth a crap
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April 6, 2010The one time a year i wash my beast i use microfiber towels...i used to wash my truck once a week but now theres no time and if i did that more paint would peel off and the rust spots open to holes lol poor truck its deterioated alot in 10 years and 127k miles
September 8, 2010In the United States most states place restrictions on the length of trucks, on the maximum weight that may be carried on a single axle, and on the addition of trailers, though some states still allow up to three trailers. Despite these restrictions, truck traffic accounts for ever-larger percentages of accidents and road damage
September 8, 2010i use the mister clean car wash system and never have to dry by hand..
September 8, 2010I like the Mr. Clean deal but I usually use a chamois.
January 19, 2011A Stihl commercial leaf blower to remove 90% of the water, then a good quality chamois to finish up.
January 19, 2011The absorber Thats all I`ve ever used, towels seem to put fine scratches in your paint.
January 21, 2011I just take a few microfiber cloths to it.
January 21, 2011I use my leaf blower and finish off with microfiber towels. Then touch up with Meguiars detail spray.
January 21, 2011Leaf blower all day long. To lazy for all that hand drying stuff.
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