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painted the rims

Discussion in 'Wheels' started by Coolbreezin, Jul 26, 2014.

  1. Mr. Wright

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    Hey coolbreeze, how about an up date on how this is holding up.
     
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    I like it, looks great! :old2:
     
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    Looks good brother! Alsacorp.com has something similar to plasti-dip mentioned in an other post that can be applied with a brush yet drys totally smooth. Can be peeled off with little effort using a heat gun if you change your mind or simply want to change to a different color. Did my Dodge Pickup's chrome 22's in flat black three months back and haven't had any peeling or chipping (to my surprise) after several thousand highway miles!

    Can't remember what I paid but it was real reasonable so much so that I'm going to order a couple more quarts in some funky colors just to change things up and freak out my buddies!!!
     
  4. Coolbreezin

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    So far everything is staying on. I have more ideas for my rims. But I like to plan and research extensively. So the finished product takes a while to be started & completed. But the result is very satisfying. Thanks for asking.
     

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