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My buddy just did his Prostar wheels with the stuff, came out good. I've seen others do their wheels and one guy did the bottom half of his notch mustang and two-toned it.
 

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Did my rims last year. Worked great and peels off anytime. Thick enough to cover up some signs of road wear. Worth trying since it can be taken back off so easily.

 

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I know tons of guys at work that have used it on wheels, bumpers and more. Suprisingly the stuff has held up real well even on wheels. Cheap and comes off easily if you choose to remove it. Doesn't look bad either if you take your time and prep well.
 

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Did the wheels on my new truck with it, very pleased with the results. I find myself using it all the time on various projects. That being said, I've seen some cars around town that tried it and look terrible. You've got to be fairly decent at spraying or else you get uneven texture and it makes them look really crappy.
 

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Hmm i may try it. How do you think the whole car would look? I like the satin black ive thought about getting it painted that color then i thought about this jus not sure. I havent seen anything done in person
 

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Im thinking of spraying the back of the front wheels so I dont have to scrub to get the brake dust off.LOL.I'll let you know.
 

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no pics of wheel. pour it into a pan large enough to hold the wheel. hold the wheel by the center hub, dip into pan just to get the outer ring of the wheel and however much of the spokes you want covered.
 

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if you go under tha paint section i have a post and my guy just did his cts-v and it came out great.
 
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