Re: Torque Thrust 2 Polished or PVD Chrome
A lot of mis-information here...
PVD is not black chrome, it's not the traditional chrome, it's an environmentally safe finish that looks like chrome.
Also polished wheels are no harder to take care of than chrome. I have had polished wheels on my Camaro for close to 10 years, they still shine like new and the most I do is wipe them down with window cleaner or detail spray and once in a while clean them with metal polish which is no harder to do than chrome polishing a chrome wheel. There are benefits to polished alum wheels too; if you ever get curb rash it can be fixed and polished to look like new at a fraction of the cost of re-chroming a wheel.
I'm not saying there is anything wrong with chrome wheels, just that polished wheels are not a problem to take care of. Sure if you put polished wheels on your daily driver and don't take care of them like you would on an old classic that is show ready 24/7 then you'll see dulling and need some elbow grease to bring them back but then chrome wheels are likely to be pitted and rusting under the same conditions...
Bottom line, choose your wheels for the style and look you are after!
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