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post #1 of 6 Old 05-01-2014, 05:20 AM Thread Starter
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Factory Harley wheels powder coated

I've looked around and can't find any picture but I'm thinking of getting my 06 Harley wheels powder coated gloss black. Anyone seen it before and have pictures. Or could photoshop something up real quick?

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Black------------Black black---------------Black-------------
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Black--------------------------------------Black black----------------------
blackblackblackblackblackblackblackblackblackblack blackblackblackblack

What's with all the Black wheels ?????????????????????????????????
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im not a fan of chrome or polished aluminum.... never have never probably will.. thanks for your help tho..
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No problem, yea that's my take on all the wheels going black. LOL
They are by far the most popular it just surprises me how popular. My problem is the 50 thing for sure.
Now I have seen some wheels with a machined outer and a metallic black for the inners that I could do.

Only advise I can give you is sandblast the paint area of the wheels before having them powder coated. Then you will have a solid fusion and it will be there for life.
Besides those wheels are crazy expensive, you want a top notch job on them.

Good Luck with it and post up your new look.
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You know, a few years ago I was on some car/truck website where they had a sub forum for photochopping. Just submit your request with a pic of your vehicle and then the color of the paint or wheel or what ever you were insterested in and someone out of the kindness of their heart would photoshop the pic. It was slow and usually took a week or so but I got what I needed and it was good.

I just don't remember what website that was. You might search around for something like that if you haven't already.

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Yea I had a friend photoshop it for me yesterday. It looked ok but nothing special. I'd hate to ruin these wheels being how expensive they are. Thanks for your help guys.
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