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Old 11-06-2011, 01:35 PM
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05-newer powdercoated stock wheels

Anyone done this yet?

Just wondered what a 05-newer dually would look like with black powdercoated stock wheels.

I photochopped this one


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Anyone? very interested...
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I now this doesn't help any, but I just gotta say that I can't get over how clean your truck is! Seriously one of the cleanest duallys I have seen
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I love your truck... but black wheels are getting played out big time.
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Dang nice house!
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I just gotta say that I can't get over how clean your truck is! Seriously one of the cleanest duallys I have seen
Thanks...I'm a little anal with the clean thing [Scott always shakes his head in disappointment when I take it to Trucks Unlimited ].

Believe me.....It gets filthy every week, and especially after a big weekend of camping/dirtbike riding (10 miles of dirt/mud roads is hard to clean off) but I can't stand having dirty vehicles (or dirtbike for that matter...it's gets a bath the second I get home )

Just cleaned it up again yesterday



And yeah....I'm "that guy" that takes is wheels off (all 6) and cleans/tire shines the backs of their wheels/tires as well [DOH]

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Old 06-25-2012, 04:27 AM
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Thanks...I'm a little anal with the clean thing [Scott always shakes his head in disappointment when I take it to Trucks Unlimited]. It gets filthy every week, and especially after a big weekend of camping/dirtbike riding (10 miles of dirt/mud roads is hard to clean off) but I can't stand having dirty vehicles (or dirtbike for that matter...it's gets a bath the second I get home )

Just cleaned it up again yesterday

She needs a set of Harley lights
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Yeah and smoked LED tailights.

Waiting for a rock chip or something to justify Harley lights to the wife
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i have a 2008 trd tundra and I want to get my rims powder coated black to go with my truck but i dont know where to go.....

is anyone help me........
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Old 06-27-2012, 03:23 AM
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There's a couple of places here local.....where are you located?
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