|10-12-2011 11:56 AM|
|HuskerNation||I see. My buddy is going to plasti dip his stock 2011 SR5 4Runner wheels and I'm doing my stock wheels. I'll take pictures and let you know what I think. I think your wheel looks pretty good btw.|
|10-11-2011 10:12 AM|
Here is a pic of the entire wheel painted and placed next to the Jeep. Its not actually mounted.
|10-10-2011 11:40 AM|
|HuskerNation||Did you end up leaving the plasti dip on? I am thinking about trying it this weekend.|
|09-21-2011 10:33 PM|
I actually used the Plasti Dip on my spare today. I taped off the edge I didn't want it painted to keep it somewhat two tone.
I didnt mount it but did place it up to the wheel to see if I liked it. First immpression was I didnt care for it. I am going to leave the color on the spare for a few days to see if I change my mind.
Here are a few pics.
|09-20-2011 10:40 PM|
Thought much about bedlining?
|09-18-2011 07:12 PM|
|siezethecarp||Yeah the toy forum im on is obsessed with plastic dip, ive used it a few times and it comes off perfectly.|
|09-16-2011 08:45 AM|
|09-15-2011 12:40 PM|
|n00bkiller944||Plasti Dip is very easy to remove I have done it before on a volvo set of wheels!|
|09-12-2011 09:30 AM|
"Temporarily" painting my wheels?
I have a set of the stock Grizzly wheels on my TJ. I really like the wheels and the color. It's the darker grey color. I would like to see what a black wheel looks like on there. I was thinking of painting my wheels with Plasti Dip rattle can to see what they look like. Supposedly Plasti Dip is fairly easy to peel once applied. I would think I could make it easier by not sanding the wheel before painting.
What do you guys think? Anyone removed plasti Dip readily before?
Also has anyone painted their Grizzly wheels and have any pics?