A nice day for some pics

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    jonny_b Full Access Member

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    Nice day, so i did some clicking. Opinions are more than welcome.
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    Very clean. I always wanted that color of rim too but I don't know how it would look on Metallic Silver.
     
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    It would look fine. You could even paint your stock ones. I see so many ss's with black rims. A charcoal grey metallic like mine would look good too. Matches the tint, and the front bumber nice since your is the ss. Lol
     
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    Nice car. Wishing I had yellow right now, pollen is turning my car brown.
     
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    I think I may just Plasti Dip my rims to see how it looks. I've been meaning to do that.
     
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    Looks good!
     
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    You get pollen, i get bugs out the ass. They think i'm a flower flying down the road. :banghead:

    ---------- Post added at 09:03 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:59 PM ----------

    Its all in the prep. Make sure they are clean. When in doubt, wash them 3 more times, then sand with 800-1000 and wash 3-5 more times, then use a prep wipe, or some profesional type prep cleaner if its handy.....

    I may be slightly exaggerating the cleaning, but there is nothing worse than getting them all ready, spraying, and then "wtf?! Dammit i didnt get that spot clean enough!!" Before repeating the process. I know from experience......lol

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    And thank you all for the compliment.
     

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