I plasti dipped my wheels about a month ago and the road salt and snow haven't damaged the coating. Hell, I powerwashed the entire rig and really blasted the wheels. Stuff holds up amazingly. No peeling or discoloration at all. I used four cans on all five wheels. Took about 5 coats each wheel to make a nice thick layer. And I didn't bother to take the wheels off. Just taped up luggs and brakes and went to town after spraying some brake clean on wheels. Super easy.
I think it's more a "if you modify your wheel/tire and then notice something weird while driving, get it rebalanced". I mean, the balance weights are only a few grams, it doesn't take much to unbalance something spinning at 60-70 mph. That's why people always recommend giving the jeep, and especially the wheels, a quick hose off after mudding, just to keep things working properly and without issue. it might not destroy your jeep, but hey, it might also cause some shimmy. no real solid answer other than modifying the wheels can potentially change the ride quality
Did you take your wheels off to plasti-dip them? I like how they look alot.
Yes I took off the wheels (not tires) to spray them. It took a total of 4-5 coats until it was done. The plasti-dip is pretty much self leveling and very easy to work with. The only difficulty I found was getting a clean edge after it dried, doing the entire rim would have been easier. In order to get a nice edge what I did was take a strait razor and placed it on the tape line. As I pulled up the tape the razor would stop the plasti dip from pulling and giving a wavy line. I could have just run my razor down the tape line before I pulled but I didn't want any scratches in the rims if I decide to take off the plasti dip. One of the big bonuses of the plasti dip is the prep. Wash with soap and water, dry, then wipe with alcohol. You do not have to sand or scratch the surface so when you get tired of it you just peel it off and it looks as new.
Just masked off a square about a inch away from the emblem all the way around. Did about 4-5 coats and just peeled it away. For the inside of the E's and P, I just took a toothpick, picked at the middle until it got a hole in the middle of the plasti, then just rolled the toothpick and it pulled it all out. Not hard at all.