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Old 01-30-2010, 08:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Patriotblue07 View Post
buy a 'self-etching' primer. You'll also have to scuff those wheels up really well for anything to adhere to them. Start with degreaser (simple green actually etches aluminum so keep it off the lip). sand with high grit, maybe 440 or higher. prime, three light coats of enamal type paint. then clear coat the F*** out of them, three coats with light sand between each. The clear makes a hard shell over the paint so if you get light scratches it never reaches the paint.

Practice on your spare wheel first?
Yeah I will practice on my spare will first, I will take your advice.

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Originally Posted by skeezy1 View Post
i think you should go ahead with the wheel painting! It would look really good. if ur worried about painting them try searching localy for someone to paint/powder coating them.


if i were near you I'd paint them for you
That could be cool

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Originally Posted by ScatPak07 View Post
i like the black rims. i wanted to do that with my stock rims too. I was going to powder coat mine but Maddog has a good idea there
Yes he does.



Well my dad doesn't agree me painting the wheels, but he did agree to let me buy some 22s
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