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Old 09-19-2013, 01:22 PM   #36
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My wheels are looking rough after only a year. I moved them over to my 2014. I looked at every paint store that I could, bought $25 in "charcoal" paint so far (4 cans) and nothing is close enough.

American Muscle,

From what I can tell so far, these wheels are made for you and only sold by you. By looking at the majority of the cars on this forum alone, you sell a LOT of them. It's no secret the finish chips and cracks very easily.

Can you please ask your supplier for a paint code? Is it possible to package a can of touch up paint for you to offer for sale? Or even if you know where we can order some that is close to the color of the wheel, can you point me in the right direction, anything would be helpful.

I am not asking for anything for free. I like the way they look and don't want to change the color entirely, but at this point, plastic dip (gross) would look better than my 19" Charcoal AMR's that are now 3 different shades of black.

Please help.

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