Citcope wrote:Thanks, yeah i pulled all 4 off and coated them about 5 times.. it looks good I need to touch them up when the lug nuts are due to the lug wrench rubbing on the sides. other than that they look awesome. I think in the long run I might just go with powdercoating them. It seem like the plasti-dip will rub off pretty easily. I guess we will see over time.
Thanks for you assistance and showing us how this is done. Very nice cheap way of doing something with our stockers.
yeah for the long run i am seriously thinking about powder coating. the nice thing about this plastidip is the "try before you buy" kind of deal, so if you didn't like the look you can just peel it off rather than spend another $$$ to replace/repaint/etc.
i have the same problem with the lug wrench. my plan was to get a piece of paper and roll it up and use that to cover the lug while i respray the well. i've found that adding/touching up to the spokes itself is easy with no masking needed. i'd found that on some of the spokes i didn't get a good enough coat so it looked....umm....like polkadotted a little?
as for the durability, it's not too bad. from what i can tell as long as you don't get some kind of rub or whatever right at the edge where the plasti starts, it will do just fine.
and no prob on the help. i've gotten quite a bit of use out of this board, so figure i'd give back