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Rhinoliner on rims?

have u ever since this, and would this prevent scuffs and scrapes.

just wondering since the idea went through my head. i was thinking about weight, but thats what balancing is for so what do u think?
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its very heavy and would be a ***** to balance and if any chips off then its going to really throw the balance
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Yeah. Not a good idea. That also adds more weight to rotate=less gas mileage,less power.

Just get black rims. Like mine. You scape them, you just spray paint them. Easy. lol.
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maybe for a trail rig that doesn't go over 20 but even then I don't know if I would do it cause of the weight.
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ok i didnt know if it was heavy or not. dont think im gonna do this, just something i just thought about
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i have black rims :)

just a thought :)
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maybe for a trail rig that doesn't go over 20 but even then I don't know if I would do it cause of the weight.
eactly what i was think, not for a DD, but manly trail rig
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