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Old 07-23-2013, 03:10 PM   #1
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Any suggestions.. I went to autozone and they told me the spray on comes out the true red while the dup. Kit comes out looking orange.
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I used the spray and it's definitely red.
A little dirty now...but red
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How long has it been since you first painted them?
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About 4-5 months. Look the same as when I did them. But they look lighter in the picture because of dirt
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About 4-5 months. Look the same as when I did them. But they look lighter in the picture because of dirt
Oh no I understand looks good tho! I need to do them but how long did you wait before putting tires back on?
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Hour or 2. Just depends on how careful you are about not bashing them with your wheel
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