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Old 01-16-2013, 10:58 PM   #1
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Been away from ME for many months, and in my absence I got around to plasti dipping my rims.
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Been away from ME for many months, and in my absence I got around to plasti dipping my rims.
What did you use to plasti dip your rims? I have OEM mustang GT 19 wheel.. would that work on that?
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Lol he said he used plasti dip to plasti dip his rims
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Lol he said he used plasti dip to plasti dip his rims
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Just saying lol you're maybe not the only drunk one tonight
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Just saying lol you're maybe not the only drunk one tonight
Your durnk?
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No but maybe the guy that made the comment is lol jk
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Haha funny. Don't drink and drive
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What did you use to plasti dip your rims? I have OEM mustang GT 19 wheel.. would that work on that?
I used a can of plasti dip I got from Home Depot. And yes it will work. I recommend 4 cans. Two coats for each rim
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What did you do to cover the tires sorry dumb question but for some reason I always get it on my tired
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What did you do to cover the tires sorry dumb question but for some reason I always get it on my tired
Stick note cards between the lip and the rim! Works like a charm
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You don't even have to cover the tires you can overspray them and peel em off super easy
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Is your car lowered
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Is your car lowered
I believe it is
Slightly. It was a pony package and that comes with a GT suspension, so that probably lowers it
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I believe it is
Slightly. It was a pony package and that comes with a GT suspension, so that probably lowers it
It looks nice dude
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Looks awesome! How long did it take to plasti dip them!?
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It looks nice dude
Thanks man

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Looks awesome! How long did it take to plasti dip them!?
It took me 2 days.... But that's because I started at about 6pm in the middle of Texas summer and it took then forever to cure because it's a rubber based paint and well... Texas is hot haha. But the actual process takes about maybe 1 hour or 45 minutes per rim if you take them off your car and paint then separately and then you have the drying time... Sorry if that was all over the place
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Lol thanks. Well I live in fl so it's just as hot lol
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