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    Veteran Member Rowski's Avatar
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    Default Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    I found Glen Daly's patent at the USPTO. Took a while but found it. It give's details, not very easy reading but gives the info. The most interesting think I found was that rim guard will actually remove rust. I will be making calls on Monday to find out where I can get this stuff. I have Glen Daly number and will start with him first.

    Rim Guard info at USPTO

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    Branson 3520

    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Interesting. I'm in the market, so look forward to any info you discover.

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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Interesting stuff....all that jibber for describing "pump beet juice into tire...makes tire heavy...wheel won't rust". I guess thats what makes the lawyers rich !!

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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    I had my dealer put Rim Guard in the rear R4's on my B2710. I was initially skeptical but he showed me a glass jar of the stuff and it looked like molasses only a bit thinner. The dealer claimed it was the greatest stuff since sliced bread. Better than sex too!!

    BTW, price was $175 installed.


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    Veteran Member Rowski's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Called and left a message with Glen Daly of Rim Guard Corporation.

    Patiently waiting for a call back....

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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    I've got the rim guard in my R4 tires. Nice & heavy! So far no problems (1 year). Unfortunately, my dealer isn't too close to you.

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    Veteran Member Rowski's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Update:


    Got a fax back from Rim Guard.

    He gave me 3 dealers:

    Kahn Tractor, North Franklin CT

    Chappell Tractor Sales, Milford NH

    Keates Implements Inc., Keene NH

    These dealers are about 3 to 4 hours away [img]/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img].

    Hazmat, Where is your dealer?

    I will try to talk to Glen tomorrow.

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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Patents are written that way to make sure that the "claims" stated in the patent documents are protected. My company patented a tagging system I built a couple of years ago. I had to proof read the patent app through 3 or 4 revisions. Gave me a headache connecting "item b is rotated through the axis of item c" or some such to real life parts.
    DaveL

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    Elite Member hazmat's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    Chappell Tractor I bought from the Brentwood Store (Chappell Tractor East 800.616.5666 ). Ask for Ted.

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    Default Re: Rim Guard --> Beet Juice

    I have spoken with him before and he seems like a nice guy. He told me that it has an animal food grade and would be human food grade if he used stainless steel for manufacturing.

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