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Old 05-17-2013, 08:33 AM   #1
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Plastidip Ford 19" Rims?

Has anyone plastidip there 19" Ford rims? There rims that go on V6 pp and some GT's. I am really thinking of doing mine but would live some advice or see someone's done first. Thanks guys!
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Old 05-21-2013, 06:50 PM   #2
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Not 19s but i did my stock 18s. Its an ugly wheel to begin with, and they are my winter set so I said what the hell and gave it a shot. Atleast now ill keep my blacked out look in the winter lol. They turned out pretty well, considering it only cost me $18 haha

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You just give me a wicked idea. . I've got crap 17" winters rims I could test on. I think I'm gonna go for it. . Yours look very decent!
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You just give me a wicked idea. . I've got crap 17" winters rims I could test on. I think I'm gonna go for it. . Yours look very decent!
They look much better im person man. Much darker black too. This was taken with a cell phone, and a poorly lit garage.
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Has anyone plastidip there 19" Ford rims? There rims that go on V6 pp and some GT's. I am really thinking of doing mine but would live some advice or see someone's done first. Thanks guys!
Just did my stock ones today. It was easy and they look good.

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Not 19s but i did my stock 18s. Its an ugly wheel to begin with, and they are my winter set so I said what the hell and gave it a shot. Atleast now ill keep my blacked out look in the winter lol. They turned out pretty well, considering it only cost me $18 haha
Looks good.
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Just did my stock ones today. It was easy and they look good.

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Old 05-23-2013, 07:51 AM   #10
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holy wheel gap batman...
Yeah I know bro I'm about to install mud tires so it don't look as bad lol haven't ordered the lowering springs yet kinda want to wait to get coil overs
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