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Old 10-18-2012, 07:52 PM   #1
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Where to get wheels powder coated...

Might be a stupid question but I've never done it before. Do I take my wheels to a paint shop or is there a special shop that does this? I want my 2013 stock wheels black (for winter) while I use my nice wheels for summer.
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I'm from Missouri and there is a company here (im pretty sure they are country wide) called Dent Wizard. My dad works for them an got his truck rims powder coated for free. I think they regularly charge about 50 dollars per rim. It looks nice and in the 2 years that he has had them no chips or anything.
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Weve got a local place (CT) called Competitive Edge Coatings that does powder and ceramic coating among other things, but theyre not a paint shop, so search for coatings, powder, ceramic, chrome, anodizing, electroplating, plating, etc.
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Weve got a local place (CT) called Competitive Edge Coatings that does powder and ceramic coating among other things, but theyre not a paint shop, so search for coatings, powder, ceramic, chrome, anodizing, electroplating, plating, etc.
Thanks! I feel like it will be hard to find a place near me
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