|Hey Guys, |
Just thought I'd share some new product with you: Our new S.I. Team Rack is in Production as is our S.I. Caddy Rack. Both are new for 2006 and include a new Custom Billet Roswell Medallion.
Both racks will be showing up in select dealers in mid May.
S.I. Caddy- Aeroformed backing plate- Grill Inspired- R Medallion
S.I. Team- Curved integrated backing plate- Streamlined design- R Medallion
for more info.
|Wow, beautiful work. Looks like a fair amount of time on the CNC machine.|
|Can you attach them, the team rack, to the new swivel clamps|
Absolutley- The S.I. Swivel comes with an adaptor plate to fit all of Roswell's racks (past and present)
How are Roswell and Wakeair connected??
I like both of these compnaies products but they seem entirely different.
Roswell Wake-Air is our company and has nothing to do with Wake air. There is no connection... Just a simillar name
this is a little off subject but i have a 05 supra 21v with the swivel racks. is there an easier way to shine them up other than using "mothers"? and after i get 'em shined up, what should i use to protect the finish?
(Message edited by wake eater on April 17, 2006)
|Chuck- We have our own polishing compound that was developed locally for the big rig industry which is the best we've found. You can e-mail Kris@roswellwakeair.com and he can hook you up with a kit if you're interested. |
This polish is a granular liquid that goes on with a cloth. Let it dry (a minute or two) and then use another cloth to take it off.
As far as protecting the finish goes there arean't a lot of options available- We've tried anodizing the polished aluminum but found that it really dulled the finish and took away any "chrome" look- The best bet if you want zero or nearly zero maintenance would be to find a quality powdercoater who can clear powder coat. They should be able to show you a sample of their work and you could decide if thats a viable option.
|thanks marc! i'll email kris when my racks start fading again.|