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Old 02-28-2013, 09:48 PM   #1
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Plasti dipped drag rims?

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Hell, most (non-expensive or fancypants dragweld, weld-lite, billet specialty, etc.) drag wheels are ugly enough already. Anything to add some pretty is welcome in my book.
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Looks pretty good, but I doubt people are going to be looking at your rear wheels when the fronts are lifting off the ground.
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First I need some skinny's for the front and then ill pain them. I did painted my other rear rims but I let it dry so when I peeled the masking tape I peeled the paint 😢
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Looks pretty good, but I doubt people are going to be looking at your rear wheels when the fronts are lifting off the ground.
My thoughts exactly... Idgaf what they look like when u only have 2 on the ground anyways lmao
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