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Old 02-25-2013, 11:19 PM   #1
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I have a set of starfish wheels my stang came with and was wondering if anyone has successfully painted them and if they have how they did it
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I painted my ponys with spray paint I just prepped them very well
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Did you have to sand them also did you use any clear coat on them afterward
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I did very little sanding and took a tach cloth then a torch to the surface and can to warm it up and used black tractor enamel spray paint
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They look good and thanks
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i had starfish wheels...i didn't prep them...just wiped them off..used tape to cover the tires...then sprayed them...didn't have any clear so yea....lasted for as long as i had them so about a year. i'm sure the paints still looking good. i used semi gloss engine enamel

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They look like little saleens
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They look like little saleens
yeah...i noticed that after i took the center coverings off and added chrome acorn lugs
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Old 02-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #9
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Those look cool I am going to have to try that so I got two sets of wheels
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