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#8: 03-22-2013, 09:46 AM
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You can touch up plastidip with some gas and a nitrile glove. Much easier than redoing the whole wheel...

If you can afford the powder coat, go for it.

Originally Posted by RedDawg View Post
Since the wheels aren't mounted to tires yet i'd suggest powdercoating them rather than plastidipping.

I'm a big fan of plastidip, ive had my oem wheels plastidipped for over a year and a half now and they held up fine, until i just had new tires put on and the installer peeled them at the edges. So now it's a pita to pull all the wheels, re-dip them, etc.

IMO if i was going with aftermarket wheels i'd pay the extra and have them powdercoated.