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Old 07-31-2012, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default Need an idea on how plasti dip will look on my black 99 z28

I've been trying to find some pictures of a black z28 with the wheels plasti dipped. If anybody has pics or recommendations please post! I want to see how they would look before I do it
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if you do it and dont like it... thats the beauty of it.. as long as you put enough coats it will peel right off
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Well what wheels do you have?
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:49 AM   #4
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16 inch american racing rims. Here's a picture.
http://instagr.am/p/NxjfHww8aC/
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those wheels are horrible. definitely buy 2-3 cans of plastidip and paint them. some people wont know the wheel from far away
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those wheels are horrible. definitely buy 2-3 cans of plastidip and paint them. some people wont know the wheel from far away
Lol...! Just put enough coats so u can be able to peel them off if u dont like the look.
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I bought 4 cans when I did my 17" ZR1 wheels. They had curb rash on a few of them and it hides it pretty well. But like it was said, that's the beauty of plasti dip, you don't like it just peel it off. I did 6 coats on my car just to be sure.
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my daily driver ss with plasti dip wheels its dirty it know! no need to hate
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Yes I need new rims there pretty old.. But I'm going to give it a try today! I'll give and update picture after!
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