Join Date: May 2012
Location: Fairbanks, AK
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Plastidipping the wheels is super easy. I just cut a slit down the middle of a garbage bag and fed it through the wheel and wrapped it around the rotor. Then i just sprayed away. If i remember correctly i did 5 heavy coats. I took a micro fiber towel to the tire after it dried and it took the plastidip right off the tire. In all honesty you'd be suprised how well it holds up on the wheels as long as you have a good thick coating. If i were you i would plastidip them and if you like it peel it off and get them powdercoated. $20 in plastidip is nothing compared to getting them powdercoated and not liking it.
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2006 Radiant Silver 4x4 CC LE
JBA Long Tube Headers, Cajun 2.5" Reso B Pipes, 2.5" to 3.0" CAJUN Y Pipe, TAP Auto Mid Pipe, Borla XR1 16" 40944, Spectre 4" Reso Tip, Vibrant UQ Reso, Uprev Tuned by Seymore4 and K&N Drop In Filter
NCD 2" Leveling kit and PRG cam bolts
Fuel Boost 18x9" with 20mm offset, 275/70-18 Toyo Open Country AT2's
Sundown Audio E10, Mbquart1 Custom Harness, Precision Power BK1800.1D, Sky High Audio 1/0 gauge ofc wiring
Full Interior/Exterior LED's From LegitLED, TonnoPro TriFold Tonneau Cover, Cajun Axle Vent
Rough Country 6" Lift, Bilstein 5100/5125's, Fuel Maverick 20x12" with -44mm offset wheels and Cooper ST Maxx 35x12.5" tires
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