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Hey guys i have a set of rims that I wanna paint.....i was wondering if you guys know any good brands of spray paint, primer, and clear coat? Also around roughly how many cans of each would i need to paint all four rims? Last thing i know in the end its my decision of course but whats your guys take on how these rims will look on my lude and what color? Gonna choose between gold or black let me know what you guys think

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They will look much better IMO then the ones that are on there now. Gold and black are both good choices but white would also fit the bill.
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They will look much better IMO then the ones that are on there now. Gold and black are both good choices but white would also fit the bill.
Thanks man!! im so debating about what color I kinda want them all lol....and your right white would look pretty good also.
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Re: 4th gen rims

should do something weird and go pink :) lol but thats my style lol be the eye catcher lmao but whatever u pick it will look amazing compared to the rims on it now IMO
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gold or bronze would look nice on a blue prelude. i personally have used krylon spray paint before with no problems. i believe i used 5 cans of color and 2 cans of clear if i remember right. also wet sanding with a fine grit sand paper gives a nice smooth finish. 1 can per wheel, wet sand, last can for all 4, then both cans of clear...good luck
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Re: 4th gen rims

does that third rim (close to far) look like it has flat spot in it?
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gold or bronze would look nice on a blue prelude. i personally have used krylon spray paint before with no problems. i believe i used 5 cans of color and 2 cans of clear if i remember right. also wet sanding with a fine grit sand paper gives a nice smooth finish. 1 can per wheel, wet sand, last can for all 4, then both cans of clear...good luck
Thanks alot!!! Also the inside of the rims are painted would I have to strip off the paint??? Or would it be unnoticed? And what would be the best way to paint them with old tires on them, no tires or with the new low pros? I thought with the new tires so the paint won't get damaged while they put the new tires on?? Am I wrong??
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do em black AND gold. just and idea thats outside of the box
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Thanks alot!!! Also the inside of the rims are painted would I have to strip off the paint??? Or would it be unnoticed? And what would be the best way to paint them with old tires on them, no tires or with the new low pros? I thought with the new tires so the paint won't get damaged while they put the new tires on?? Am I wrong??
i painted mine with the tires off and the paint stuck well enough where no chipping occurred from the tire installation. as for paint on the inside of the rim i would probably just sand it down smooth and lay new paint on top. i suppose you could paint them with tires on as that's what most do now, you just have to tape off the tires and you may not get the outer most of the lip completely with the tire so close. but, it's up to you
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i painted mine with the tires off and the paint stuck well enough where no chipping occurred from the tire installation. as for paint on the inside of the rim i would probably just sand it down smooth and lay new paint on top. i suppose you could paint them with tires on as that's what most do now, you just have to tape off the tires and you may not get the outer most of the lip completely with the tire so close. but, it's up to you
I think it would be better to just paint them with the tires off then put the low pros on as for the inside I think I'm just gonna strip off the paint and leave them
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I think it would be better to just paint them with the tires off then put the low pros on as for the inside I think I'm just gonna strip off the paint and leave them
when you say inside rim do you mean the area behind the spokes? personally i would paint everything visible to keep things looking clean. good luck and post up pictures when you're done
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when you say inside rim do you mean the area behind the spokes? personally i would paint everything visible to keep things looking clean. good luck and post up pictures when you're done
when i said inside rim i meant all of the inside (mostly the sides of the inside) i think your right about painting every part........how many cans do you think it would take to paint one rim front and back? (not where tire goes)
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when i said inside rim i meant all of the inside (mostly the sides of the inside) i think your right about painting every part........how many cans do you think it would take to paint one rim front and back? (not where tire goes)
hmm just one wheel probably one can of color. just make sure the one can enables an even coat that's thick enough to withstand rocks and debris. that's why i used 1 1/4 on each
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hmm just one wheel probably one can of color. just make sure the one can enables an even coat that's thick enough to withstand rocks and debris. that's why i used 1 1/4 on each
nice i might use 1 1/4 also i wanna do one hell of a job on these rims lol i will post pics but i kinda wanna wait til after the rain season
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spray paint sticks to the mating surface better when used above 60 degrees fahrenheit, so to do a killer job you may want to wait for nice weather. for that extra smooth finish remember the fine grit sandpaper dipped in a bucket of water. makes a huge difference on how smooth the final product comes out.
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spray paint sticks to the mating surface better when used above 60 degrees fahrenheit, so to do a killer job you may want to wait for nice weather. for that extra smooth finish remember the fine grit sandpaper dipped in a bucket of water. makes a huge difference on how smooth the final product comes out.
of course!!! im going to wait for good weather what grit of sand paper would you say 2000? how many coats to get a nice look? (primer, paint, clearcoat)
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gold!!! i dont know why that came to mind...
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of course!!! im going to wait for good weather what grit of sand paper would you say 2000? how many coats to get a nice look? (primer, paint, clearcoat)
2000 grit should be fine (literally ). since you're starting off with bare metal i would probably go with 2 cans of primer, 5 cans of color, and 2 cans of clear. as for how many coats make sure to spray light even coats, don't glob the whole can on a wheel at one time. lots of thin layers sticks the best
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2000 grit should be fine (literally ). since you're starting off with bare metal i would probably go with 2 cans of primer, 5 cans of color, and 2 cans of clear. as for how many coats make sure to spray light even coats, don't glob the whole can on a wheel at one time. lots of thin layers sticks the best
Would that be including the back side of the rims also??
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Would that be including the back side of the rims also??
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don't use spray paint!!! you need to clean em, prep em, sand em and then you high temp engine enamel or brake caliper paint....with clear coat. They would look SUPER nice if you did a deep bronze color (not gold). Painting them w. tires on will leave chips and paint peeling around edges of rims when tires are mounted on the wheels. I did mine in about 3 hours and came out pretty nice!! Good luck and be sure to post some pics!!
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don't use spray paint!!! you need to clean em, prep em, sand em and then you high temp engine enamel or brake caliper paint....with clear coat. They would look SUPER nice if you did a deep bronze color (not gold). Painting them w. tires on will leave chips and paint peeling around edges of rims when tires are mounted on the wheels. I did mine in about 3 hours and came out pretty nice!! Good luck and be sure to post some pics!!
what you just listed are spray paints...mine turned out fine with krylon going on 6 months
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yeah def gotta make sure you scuff them up good with atleast 800grit and clean them with laquer thinner prior to primer so you get good adhesion
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yeah def gotta make sure you scuff them up good with atleast 800grit and clean them with laquer thinner prior to primer so you get good adhesion
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Lol I found out the hard way on my old crx I just cleaned them with laquer and shot them and they chipped up bad in like 2 weeks
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