This is a discussion on Poor mans gold wheels (painting) within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Pactin I hope so, looks like I could fit my (fat) thigh in the front wheel gap. ...
yeah haha. maybe the gap looks bigger cause the wheel is turned? idk lol
yeah tehy are. i dont think they make those rims in 16. belive me, i get a whole bunch of **** from my friends for it not being lowered. i am soon just gotta get the money together. they say i drive a monster truck
VF39'd, Bailey-tuned! 280.07whp 250.05wtq
me painted my advan RS from black to real black! while at it, me painted my calipers to gt3RS-orange
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2012 Lightning Red WRX Sedan
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the shop sand down the caliper n spray a hi-temp base coat before the top coat. the thin sticker logo was then put on. a final coat of clear lacquer for added shine & protection. its been a few months now, paint work still good other then abit dirty from brake dust but once hose down with brake cleaner, it shines again..
Last edited by 5One; 12-18-2009 at 07:43 PM. Reason: pictures request
bumping up a good DIY. doing my stockers this weekend
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I did this last spring and im just keeping an eye on the paint to see how the salt and harsh wisconsin winter is gonna do to my paint job, they still look good as far as I can tell but I am gonna take them off and clean them up really good in spring and carfully check out how the paint held up.
Has anyone used body filler on their wheels to fix a curbing?