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much better!
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I was gunna say, you shoulda gone with a Weld Racing Draglite wheel. Those would look **** on that truck
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Cant find 4 draglites for $100
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looks good
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that makes it look like an oldschool hotwheels with the "rubber tires"

go make some orange road right now.
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those black wheels look good!
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thanks!

they didnt handle water very well though.. lost some of the darkness but still looks like a gunmetal.. Ill get better pics in a few..
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i like the old rims more
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that looks really f'in sweet man.
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Looks alright, but not a big fan of the painted stockers, but I understand, you gotta do what you gotta do.
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I agree i don't like them as much as the old ones, but these look great too.

A new version of a great truck.
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ur new wheels remind me of "The Dukes of Hazard" wheels
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good old American Racing Vectors...haha
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this is why you dont mix brands of paint..


primer and paint did not like each other.. but atleast the primer is still on.. screw it for now..

oh well here's my dad's temp car..

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so, you re-sprayed the rims again?


i like it
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those actually look pretty good! more pics of them from farther away just silver
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Rust-o-leum Satin black, with no primer. That should stick.
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what primer and paint were you using??
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what primer and paint were you using??
duplicolor wheel paint and pepboys primer..
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oh well here's my dad's temp car..
When your dad is done with it ship it to 93306 please.
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