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  • Plastidip wheels?

    So I searched and read through a few posts on here about plastidip, but didn't find anything about wheels. Has anyone used this on a set of stock wheels? How did it turn out? How long did the finish survive for? Thanks for any input.


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  • #2
    yes, fine, 10 years.

    People have been plasitidippin' wheels since the stuff came out 10 years ago. Make sure to Google as the www is loaded with reviews, testimonials and how-to's.
    92 Italia "Competizione Speciale". 91 BRG, '69 Corvette "Mojo". '14 F150 Coyote 5.0. Looking for something blue.

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    • #3
      Here's mine. The more coats you use the longer it lasts
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      • #4
        Thanks for the replies everyone! I'll definitely be looking into doing this!


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        • #5
          I did mine, happy with the results but one time made the mistake of using some strong, harsh wheel cleaner/brake dust remover spray-on cleaner. It affected the appearance a little bit, but I'm pretty sure I could add some new Plasti-Dip layers and it would look better again. Just too lazy. Mine are satin black and they don't need to look perfect. I'm not a show car kind of guy.
          RussMcB, Marietta, GA
          '99 Miata street car (Spec Miata sold)
          '91 Corvette ZR-1 LT-5, '82 Ralt RT-4/Hayabusa
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          • #6
            Also, mount the tires before applying plastidip, but dont set the bead or inflate them. That way you wont mess up the edges when putting tires on. Might be a little too late but it was advice someone else gave me and its pretty sage like

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