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Old 06-19-2013, 09:45 PM
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I did mine about three months ago and they looked great at the time (black 1500 crew cab sport). Now, it is starting to separate between the wheel and tire. Touching up those areas just made it look worse. I'm tempted to remove it and try it again though. I love the black on black look but I didn't want to drop the money on new wheels just yet.

To echo what nfd538 said, do really light coats at first. It will look like a slight haze for the first few coats. Just keep repeating it and it will work just fine. I took a garbage back, cut it in half to open it up as a single layer, and inserted it into slots in the wheel to wrap up the brakes. That way, the plastidip stayed on the outside without hitting the brakes.
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