Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Georgia, USA
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If the aluminum wheels are factory, then yes they are clear coated. It's the reason our wheels continue to look great for years of no polish.
Chances are that as long as oxygen can penetrate under the clear, the corrosion will continue to creep. You have a couple of options to fix it, clean out all the corrosion and coat the area well with a high temp clear, or take your wheel to a powder coater and have them strip it, polish it and clear it.
Hope it helps,
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