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powder coat stock rims?

i was thinking of keeping my rang stock but powder coating the rims black... JW if anyone has done this... or thoughts on it.
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Has been done.

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yeah there is another guy who did it to the same rims, i cant remember his name but he has painted alot of wheels
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I searched and found it in like 2 sec...
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i would only do the parts that stick out then leave the rest silver. you know what i mean?
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i would only do the parts that stick out then leave the rest silver. you know what i mean?
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Gunmetal!!
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Gunmetal!!
that would also look sick, probably better than black, oh and paint them gloss, not flat :)
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Gunmetal is my vote too
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Wow that looks sweet on his truck.
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thinking of getting mine done in gunmetal or just black...how much it run you? I've heard ~$100 for 2 wheels...
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hey fordranger.com, youre really cool man.
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seems that the prep will be a PITA getting the clear off the rims
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