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10-02-2012 08:53 AM
AutoGear sanding with TWENTY grit?...you want to put extra holes in it or something?

Have em sandblasted/ beadblasted, shoot em with epoxy and then paint to match...life is good

I had to sand off all the old clearcoat on my rims and polish out some road rash. After 3 days and only stumps left of my fingers before I got it right; I said never again, I'll pay for the bead blasting.
10-02-2012 08:33 AM
boatbob2
Bead blast........

Good solution,BUT,before you blast,remove those chrome decorative ovals,they just un-snap...
10-02-2012 08:23 AM
RWENUTS Bead blast it!!!
10-01-2012 08:28 PM
kingofny1997
fixing rally rims...Help

What's up hotrodders, just wanted to know what's my best solution to get this rim fixed it has like surface rust kinda, i was thinking sanding it down with 20 grit, but am thinking its just gonna peel everything off...Help






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