|01-28-2009 03:41 PM|
|tequila1pint||Since they're aluminum, get them anodised.|
|01-27-2009 09:34 PM|
The worst someone can do is try and paint them, if it doesn't work then there out $20 for paint and a couple hours time. If it turns out great then you can tell everyone that YOU did it.
|01-27-2009 09:01 PM|
imma do mines as soon as it warms up also.. yes you can powdercoat aluminum.. I never heard of them cracking due to it..
as for me I paid 100 bucks for 4 wheels.. there is no way imma pay 130 each to have them powder coated..
|01-27-2009 05:31 PM|
Powder coating is great, but paint is cheap, it will hold up pretty well if you take your time with it, take them down to bare metal, clean the surface very very well before you paint. Duplicolor does make wheel paint.
|01-27-2009 03:51 PM|
|jtalar||powder coating shops will powdercoat anything, however, when it comes to aluminum wheels it can cause the metal to weaken and eventually crack. Cracking would not be good if you are outback wheelin pretty hard|
|01-27-2009 12:46 PM|
|Neil F.||You can powder coat wheels. Plenty of people have had it done. Do a web search and there are a numbers of sites offering wheel powder coating. Powder coat is the bes as it will hold up the best. Plenty of people have also sprayed wheels and they should hold up. I have sprayed an old set of winter wheels on another vehicle and they have been fine for a number of years. Wheel paint is available in most auto parts stores.|
|01-27-2009 12:33 PM|
|01-27-2009 12:55 AM|
|JeepCommandoja||yea im sure it will chip but i just want the look before i drop the money for the set of aev rims ive been dying for and if it looks good enough i might just keep it and repaint as needed|
|01-26-2009 11:55 PM|
|Giancarlo||they will chip guaranteed if you wheel ur tj|
|01-26-2009 10:23 PM|
|orange05tj||Ive used it before and had good results. I used Duplicolor wheel paint. I may do mine this spring|
|01-26-2009 10:20 PM|
Painting Wheels Rims
I would like to paint my rims black or argent. I saw some rattle can paint made for wheels anybody have experience with these?
and at first i wanted to powder coat them but they said since they are aluminum they cant do that. is that correct?
heres what im rockin now