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Old 11-30-2012, 07:05 PM   #1
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Original rims plasti dipped?

I was thinking about plasti dipping my stock 87 rims, but I was wondering if anyone had any pictures of how it looks. If you even think it would look good.
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It is these rims. What about plasti dipping the center cap? Will it come off?
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i spray painted a friends a few years ago..the foam like center chipped after 6 months, but i think with dip it'll hold...3-4 coats should make a nice coat that won't move..i love using the stuff
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i spray painted a friends a few years ago..the foam like center chipped after 6 months, but i think with dip it'll hold...3-4 coats should make a nice coat that won't move..i love using the stuff
I'm gonna go for it.
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good luck..worse case senerio paint over the dip lol
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good luck..worse case senerio paint over the dip lol
What about rust? How does it do on rust? Is it just stuck?
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