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Re: 25 bucks of plasti dip on my Overland wheels

Very nice!

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Re: 25 bucks of plasti dip on my Overland wheels

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You should all look into a local powder-coater. I have been quoted anywhere from $250-$400 for all 4 20" wheels.

Cheaper than new wheels and long term.

Also...black wheels with chrome lugs looks great! Did that on my friends 4runner.
Quoted 100/wheel locally here in the chicagoland. 25 bucks for the dip was just to see if I wanted this forever. I think I do!
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Re: 25 bucks of plasti dip on my Overland wheels

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Quoted 100/wheel locally here in the chicagoland. 25 bucks for the dip was just to see if I wanted this forever. I think I do!
Makes sense, looks great!

I plasti dipped my lexus rims and they held up pretty well until the tires were changed.

I did get a little sick of the black after a year or so. Before I sold it, I was looking into a really dark graphite powder coating.

The solid matte black tends to get a bit lost...especially on my black car. I felt like the wheels kind of look like one big blob. I think a little gloss would have gone a long way. At least get some sunlight hitting different spots.

Only my opinion..so take it for what it's worth...probably not much
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Re: 25 bucks of plasti dip on my Overland wheels

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Quoted 100/wheel locally here in the chicagoland. 25 bucks for the dip was just to see if I wanted this forever. I think I do!
Thats a good deal, will they be doing the mounting and dismounting of the tires too? That's another couple hundred bucks at a tire shop.
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Re: 25 bucks of plasti dip on my Overland wheels

I am unable to post pics, but I recently plasti dipped my 2013 GC wheels and left the lug nuts and center cap silver. If anyone wants, please message me and I'll email over some pics.
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