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Old 05-24-2011, 05:06 PM
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Dupli-Color Shadow Chrome Blackout

What do you guys think? I never really liked these rims to begin with, and plan on getting new ones once my truck needs new rubber.
























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Old 05-24-2011, 05:17 PM
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I like! Very nice look
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Looks good. What prep work did you do to the wheels?
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I love those rims!
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I like! Very nice look
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Looks good. What prep work did you do to the wheels?
Cleaned off the wheels really good with Dupli-Color Prep Spray. Thats it. A LOT of light coats. I could have done a better job, just wasnt a fan of these rims when I got the truck.




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I love those rims!
I would have preferred them in black. Im not a big fan of chrome.





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Old 05-25-2011, 09:47 AM
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Looks pretty good!
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Keep my info, and sell me those rims when you get new ones. I am down in Santa Barbara but I can drive north to where ever you are.
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Old 05-25-2011, 11:43 AM
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May I ask what lift kit you have? I love the look and stance of your truck, that is where I want mine to be.
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Cleaned off the wheels really good with Dupli-Color Prep Spray. Thats it. A LOT of light coats. I could have done a better job, just wasnt a fan of these rims when I got the truck.
Interesting. No scuff pads / scotchbright / 800+ grit sand paper for adhesion?!? I wonder how long that finish will last before chipping and peeling... Let me know! I love the finish!!
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I hope that works...I scuffed the bejesus out of my exhaust tip before I painted it, and within two weeks it's mostly gone...but that was just high temp grill paint. It's going off for powder-coating now.
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