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Old 06-28-2008, 04:01 PM   #51
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lets see some of your art work guys if you did it
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Old 06-29-2008, 11:22 PM   #52
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i am planning to paint it as well...
but I just dono if I can control the paint right....
I want to have it finished like pro... nice and smooth!
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^go get a can of paint and something to paint and practice on. It won't take that long to figure out how the best way to paint is. Few coats max

I'm wondering about fixing imperfections myself. I have a few deep scratches. Start with a 100-200 grit first?
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Jumpboy,

Fixing scratches is why I am painting as well

and here is the link that I am going to follow, hope it helps you

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Here are my painted stock rims!




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is that hard to paint it smooth?
Insane, your rims look great like that!
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Thanks Executionerhk. All I did was spray paint them with paint made to go on rims. It does eventually chip, but I just repaint them when I need to.
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did you paint the lugs too?
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did you do all four together?
and how long you let it dry before you put the wheels back on?
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