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Old 08-24-2009, 05:15 PM   #1
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Re: Wheel Paint???

KC10Chief used Rustoleum Hammered Silver paint on his rims. It looked really good. I have found his post, but photobucket seems to have eaten his pictures.
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Old 08-24-2009, 06:21 PM   #2
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Re: Wheel Paint???

x2 on the Rustoleum Hammered paint. That stuff is amazing and I use it for everything. It works especially well on porous or rough cast parts (like many of our wheels or axles) and hides any blemishes amazingly well.
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Re: Wheel Paint???

hi - n00b first post

VHT Wheel Paint provides a great finish and real protection for all standard and custom wheels. Every day wheels take a beating both on and off the road. Salt, sand, brake dust and rocks severely damage the appearance and protection of the wheel surface. This unique product resists chipping, cracking and fading, while protecting the wheel surface from oxidation, and is available in five popular colors plus clear coat.
Temperature: 250F (121C)
Applications: Aluminum Wheels, Steel Wheels, Wheel Covers, Center Caps
Finish: Gloss and Satin
Dry Time: Dries to the touch in 30 mins. Dries thoroughly overnight. No curing required.
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i order my vht wheel paint thru "summit racing" i use satin finish - blkjak
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You need to hit bare metal with either a primer, or a rust inhibitor before you paint it, otherwise you'll keep seeing the rust come back.
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