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Old 10-19-2009, 08:57 PM
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Powder coating stock wheels, pics?

Has anyone powder coated their stock wheels black. I've been thinking doing it, but want to see how it looks.
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which wheel style do you have?
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Old 10-19-2009, 09:23 PM
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They are 17'' thats all i know.

Pic: 2006 F250 - BDowdy's Photos
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This might help Has anyone painted the factory 9 hole wheels black?
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Ive been thinking about looking for a set of wheels like that to powdercoat black, they would almost look like rock stars. I say go for it, then post up pictures!
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You can powdercoat the wheels but will have to paint the centers if they are not solid metal.
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quick work, not really what it would really look like but you can get the feel of it.

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I have seen those same wheels coated gloss black and they look sharp. He coated the wheels and painted the caps. I will try to get some pics when I get home.

Okay, my memory sucks... Different wheels and hadn't painted the centers in this pic.
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Old 10-20-2009, 04:05 PM
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Has anyone powder coated their stock wheels black. I've been thinking doing it, but want to see how it looks.
Where you located by the way? I have a spare set of wheels and tires and do my own powder coating.
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You can powdercoat the wheels but will have to paint the centers if they are not solid metal.
You can powder coat plastics... Mine center caps were powder coated.
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