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Old 09-02-2013, 05:07 PM   #1
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FINALLY got my wheels back from Powdercoat

So after them having my wheels for 3 weeks and excuse after excuse why I could not pick them up...I finally got them! 18x8.5 Steeda Pentars with Nitto INVO 275/45-18
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Old 09-02-2013, 05:08 PM   #2
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We're they originally black?
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We're they originally black?
No, they were metallic and I would have left them metalic if they had not had curb rash that had to be fixed. I decided to go ahead and go Storm Trooper

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Nice, mind asking how much it cost?
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Nice, mind asking how much it cost?
I found the Wheels on Craigslist for $350, and AK Garageworks over in Clear Lake, Tx (Houston) did the PC for $320.00. They did good work, I was just disappointed that I got jerked around for 3 weeks when he told me it would be 3 or 4 days to get them back.
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That's not too bad. But yeah that would be frustrating.
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looks good sir
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How did you fix the curb rash?


I was thinking about getting a powder coating gun from Eastwood and baking them in the oven while the wife is not looking
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How did you fix the curb rash?

I was thinking about getting a powder coating gun from Eastwood and baking them in the oven while the wife is not looking
IDK how exactly they fix it...But if you go on youtube there are guys showing how they fix it with some kind of metal epoxy...
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