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Old 10-12-2012, 03:06 AM   #1
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Plasti dip rims

Wanted to plasti dip my rims just the chrome lip to black never used that stuff wondering it would even turn out good on chromed surface?
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I just plasti dipped my tail light trim. That stuff sticks to pretty much anything.... I really like it. Don't take very much to cover a surface either.

I wouldn't plastidip those wheels tho.
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Why do you wanna plasti-dip those wheels? They look great.
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Why do you wanna plasti-dip those wheels? They look great.
Just wanted to have all black rims to see if they would look better lol
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Leave it alone man. Those wheels look best the way they are.... Now if you curb rashed the hell out of them or somethin that be a dif story...
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Leave it alone man. Those wheels look best the way they are.... Now if you curb rashed the hell out of them or somethin that be a dif story...
Well there is a small curb rash on just one lol but other than that there in good shape
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Id give it a try. Worst comes to worst, you just peel it off. Nbd.
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I did my chrome rims a couple of months ago and they still look great!
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Leave it alone man. Those wheels look best the way they are.... Now if you curb rashed the hell out of them or somethin that be a dif story...
+1 I say leave em alone. They look sick as is
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Why do you wanna plasti-dip those wheels? They look great.
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