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I, like most people, like to have/make custom items for my truck. To have one-of-a-kind items. in a moment of brief brilliance i decided that it would look kool to paint my rims black.

I tried to find a friend that was good at photo shop to edit a picture of my rim to the way i want it. (some parts black and other parts left alone) little did i know that my answer would come a little easier........ MUD!i!i!

My rims were coated in this stuff. i jus rubbed the mud, off the rim, the way i wanted it to be painted. which one do you think would look better. Please pretend the brown mud is black.

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IMO I like them all black or no black
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2 or maybe 4
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all of them
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Dave, Two, or all black. I may be doing the same thing to my rims.

Make sure you take the weight off the wheel, prior to painting it.
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do the first one, or 4
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Dave, Two, or all black. I may be doing the same thing to my rims.

Make sure you take the weight off the wheel, prior to painting it.

The amount of mud i pulled off my truck filled a 5gallon bucket(weight 80lbs). thats just what i could pull off. my truck is some what clean now. i just have to wash it one final time for wax and then detail all the little hard to reach spots.

second thought. i have to edit this. i understand what weightyo ur talking about but i figured i would let you know how much mud i had on my truck.
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i'm liking 1 or 3 as well
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