Painted stock wheel

Lincoln LS

  1. RigsLS

    RigsLS Semi-Retarded LVC Gold Member

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    SHIP HAPPENS .... and then one day you realized you just made you're third mistake.

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    Question, what can you paint them with that will hold up?
     
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    RigsLS Semi-Retarded LVC Gold Member

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    I once did a set of Nissan Maxima Wheels up with a dedicated Wheel Paint from Dupli-Color.

    Dupli-Color Wheel Coating features a highly reflective metallic finish with superior adhesion to steel, aluminum, and plastic wheels and wheel coverings.

    Product: Wheel Coating - Aerosol | Dupli-Color

    How to: Dupli-Color Wheel Coating





    Sealed in with a lacque clear.

    It's all in the prep. You have to scuff it down to give it something to grab onto.

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    I'm not quite sure I like the rims with chrome lug nuts I think some black lug nuts might look better? Thought on this?
     
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    RigsLS Semi-Retarded LVC Gold Member

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    Yeah for sure, black lug nuts would certainly murder it out more.
    So would applying 3M black vinyl on all the chrome window trim, with a product called BLACKOUT tape.

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    Search youTube vids on how to "Blackout Car Window Trim" or "Window Trim Chrome Delete".

    Further more, the upper chrome on the front grille and the chrome on the rear plate surround + the chrome on that wrong base front bumper cover, could either be covered in black vinyl or scuffed up and color-match painted.

    Debadge the rear trunk lid and hit the chrome LS lettering on the sides with black plasti-dip.

    Black heat paint them calipers.

    Fun fun fun ...

    Wheels turned out good!

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    Rigs your knowledge is priceless ....You just answered all the questions I was going to ask you brother lol thanks for the input and that front piece on your truck is what gave me the inspiration to tackle this project not to mention your black LS thanks again
     
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    I buy rust-oleum wheel paint from Mills Fleet farm but I'm sure you can purchase the paint online it's the only paint I found that doesn't chip
     
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    2005 Bagged Lincoln Ls I'm looking at this little dandy but don't know if I'm to old for something like this lol
     
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