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      12-11-2012, 11:27 PM   #45
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pics arent working any mo0re
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      12-14-2012, 09:15 AM   #46
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You guys are cray for spraying them with the wheels on the car.. I don't see how that would be 'easier' or even save any time. Though from what everyone is saying they came out great (I can't see the pics!)..

I'll be spraying my winter set this weekend.

$40 a can!? Yikes. haha.

As far as durability - I only have a year as a reference, but I've seen a pal's last flawlessly for that long through many washes and miles. More than enough considering you can just peel and paint again!
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      12-16-2012, 03:33 AM   #47
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Sorry guys. Pictures fixed.
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      12-16-2012, 03:57 AM   #48
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Thinking about doing mine lately. Out of reference how many cans did you use and how many coats did you apply ?
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Update: edges have started peeling on 2 of my wheels, at the edges between the rim and the tyre. Tried to "touch up" but turned out horrible, had to respray them entirely... I think I will just go get new rims when I get around to changing my tyres. Plastidip is fun/easy but not a long term solution for me.

Next time if it happens again I might try and get some paint thinner to "melt" the plastic back into liquid (they sell a repair kit on dipyourcar.com, basically just a thinner plus a glove).
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Update: edges have started peeling on 2 of my wheels, at the edges between the rim and the tyre. Tried to "touch up" but turned out horrible, had to respray them entirely... I think I will just go get new rims when I get around to changing my tyres. Plastidip is fun/easy but not a long term solution for me.

Next time if it happens again I might try and get some paint thinner to "melt" the plastic back into liquid (they sell a repair kit on dipyourcar.com, basically just a thinner plus a glove).
How did you do the edges of the rim? Did you tape the tyre or just spray over it and peel off?
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      01-02-2013, 01:30 AM   #51
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I rubbed tyre cleaner on the tyre, sprayed liberally (with deliberate overspray) & peeled off excess from tyre. It works just fine, I don't think taping it would have been any different.
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      01-13-2013, 04:07 AM   #52
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You guys are cray for spraying them with the wheels on the car.. I don't see how that would be 'easier' or even save any time. Though from what everyone is saying they came out great (I can't see the pics!)..

I'll be spraying my winter set this weekend.

$40 a can!? Yikes. haha.

As far as durability - I only have a year as a reference, but I've seen a pal's last flawlessly for that long through many washes and miles. More than enough considering you can just peel and paint again!
thought i'd add mine to this thread since i just finished (save making a new one too):

$26/can shipped ($104 shipped for 4) blaze orange.. it took one can per DECENT coat, for all 4 wheels, did 3 coats, have a can left over for touchups in a few days (if the tire change causes any damage).. or if i feel like doing my mirror caps :P

narrow angle because the center caps are all sprayed over (replacing them on tuesday, new tires too)

did them on the car, 4 shopping bag covering the calipers and rotors, 4 bits of cardboard covering the overspray on the body:

it's not a PERFECT finish, but for the 1/4 cost of a powdercoat and not having to take them off the car.....:







love the colour, definitely going to get my next set powdercoated orange
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      01-13-2013, 04:10 AM   #53
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I like! Looks like you've done a good job
Want! But in white with pink
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      01-13-2013, 07:36 AM   #54
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thought i'd add mine to this thread since i just finished (save making a new one too):

$26/can shipped ($104 shipped for 4) blaze orange.. it took one can per DECENT coat, for all 4 wheels, did 3 coats, have a can left over for touchups in a few days (if the tire change causes any damage).. or if i feel like doing my mirror caps :P

narrow angle because the center caps are all sprayed over (replacing them on tuesday, new tires too)

did them on the car, 4 shopping bag covering the calipers and rotors, 4 bits of cardboard covering the overspray on the body:

it's not a PERFECT finish, but for the 1/4 cost of a powdercoat and not having to take them off the car.....:







love the colour, definitely going to get my next set powdercoated orange
thats...interesting...
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my kidneys are plasti-dipped. the stuff has been on for over 6 months no peeling or anything. I've also high pressure hosed my car lots doesn't affect it at all.

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thats...interesting...

To be fair now that he has replaced the caps it looks like a normal wheel again and not so oversprayed
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The orange looks good except now your wheel nuts are the same colour.

I tried Autobarn but they said they can't get it.

The guy said there was somewhere in Moorabbin that this was available, anyone know where from?
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The orange looks good except now your wheel nuts are the same colour.

I tried Autobarn but they said they can't get it.

The guy said there was somewhere in Moorabbin that this was available, anyone know where from?
http://www.caswellplating.com.au/
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You guys are cray for spraying them with the wheels on the car.. I don't see how that would be 'easier' or even save any time. Though from what everyone is saying they came out great (I can't see the pics!)..

I'll be spraying my winter set this weekend.

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thought i'd add mine to this thread since i just finished (save making a new one too):

$26/can shipped ($104 shipped for 4) blaze orange.. it took one can per DECENT coat, for all 4 wheels, did 3 coats, have a can left over for touchups in a few days (if the tire change causes any damage).. or if i feel like doing my mirror caps :P

narrow angle because the center caps are all sprayed over (replacing them on tuesday, new tires too)

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it's not a PERFECT finish, but for the 1/4 cost of a powdercoat and not having to take them off the car.....:







love the colour, definitely going to get my next set powdercoated orange
Sorry but
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Really.....I thought you were considering Lime Green for your wheels.
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Really.....I thought you were considering Lime Green for your wheels.
Lime huh, ill think about that

i wonder what they would look like on a vo 1m
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Orange wheels on a Bimmer....Back when I was a boy BM and Merc in Germany would offer to buy back cars that were modified in a way that did not represent the brand.....just saying
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Orange wheels on a Bimmer....Back when I was a boy BM and Merc in Germany would offer to buy back cars that were modified in a way that did not represent the brand.....just saying
my favourite M's have either been orange and black or black and orange

including that sweet recent video of the E46 in romania and another one in poland of the E(36?) drifting the streets

i think orange on black suits BMW's perfectly.
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