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Old January 22nd, 2005, 10:34 PM   #1
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Paints for Rims: does anyone know a good brand?

Hey guys.. I'm thinking about painting my rims DIY style... do anyone of you know a good brand that lasts long? I'm looking for glossy blackish. Powder coating is just too expensive in my mind ($50 a piece).. thx in advance!
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do you know which line of krylon? cause i saw there are alota different kinds?
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Go with Powder Coat. You will be disappointed otherwise. Powercoat is cheap, 20 bucks a wheel, the expensive part is stripping the clear coat and paint off the wheel which in my opinion you have to do anyway to get good results with krylon. I powder coated my 04 coupe 17s, they turned out nice.
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krylon high temp paint
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Old January 24th, 2005, 02:31 PM   #6
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Go with Powder Coat. You will be disappointed otherwise. Powercoat is cheap, 20 bucks a wheel, the expensive part is stripping the clear coat and paint off the wheel which in my opinion you have to do anyway to get good results with krylon. I powder coated my 04 coupe 17s, they turned out nice.
Whaaa?? Post up some pics man.
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cool thx.. i'll look into it
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