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Old 11-26-2012, 07:30 AM   #1
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Anyone plastidip 2010 GT premium wheels??

Has anyone plasti dipped the premium wheels black yet? Do y'all think it would look good if I did mine black?
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:33 AM   #2
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Your rims look nice... Imho plasti dip is cheap... Your rims are nice... Budget for new ones if u wanna change the look
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Dude don't do that, your car looks nice like that!!
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Dude don't do that, your car looks nice like that!!
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One way to find out (;
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:04 PM   #7
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Not a fan of stock wheels. I would dip em, but do a metalizer in em. Maybe black with silver flake
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here is a pic of my car with oem wheels and i like your better!Click image for larger version

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here is a pic of my car with oem wheels and i like your better!
I would trade you haha
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I would trade you haha
dude I'm a long way from Tx, it cost more to ship them than to get a new set!
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I would save up for new wheels and keep those for everyday driving. I've messed up mine and because they are black it freaking shows bad.
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I would save up for new wheels and keep those for everyday driving. I've messed up mine and because they are black it freaking shows bad.
I might just trade locally later if I don't like the plastidip. I wanna drop the rear.
Maybe the eibach pro kit
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