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Anyone have pics of painted stock wheels?

My stock wheels are pretty beat up. I was thinking about painting them black or graphite. Does anyone have any pics of their stock wheels painted? I would like to see how they look.

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Here's mine painted :Anyone have pics of painted stock wheels?-imageuploadedbyag-free1376409331.732366.jpg

Heres the rims before I painted em:Anyone have pics of painted stock wheels?-imageuploadedbyag-free1376409388.710348.jpg


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Powdercoated black. Anyone have pics of painted stock wheels?-truck.jpg
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Sanded down stocks with a couple coats of rustoleum hammered black.. stillooks this way after 3 winters

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