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Plasti Dip

Plasti Dip

Postby TheGreenDutch » Sat Nov 26, 2011 10:40 pm

I got my winter rims set up and just had to try Plasti Dip on them. lol. 3 cans was more then enough and I went with the playing cards blocking the tire rather then having to wrap them up with newspaper and I think it came out great. Best thing is if you don't like it. Just peel it off!

Extra credit if you guess what Toyota these rims originally belonged to.

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Re: Plasti Dip

Postby mig0s » Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:06 pm

Sucks that it's really hard to find plastidip in Canada...

For the rims I would guess LS400 or Avalon? I'm not good with this kind of stuff lol
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Re: Plasti Dip

Postby SpeedySolara » Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:53 am

TheGreenDutch wrote:I got my winter rims set up and just had to try Plasti Dip on them. lol. 3 cans was more then enough and I went with the playing cards blocking the tire rather then having to wrap them up with newspaper and I think it came out great. Best thing is if you don't like it. Just peel it off!

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Thats a pretty dark picture so its hard to see the rims but I'm going with the older Supra. They look more like they belong to the old Nissan Z so that would've been my first guess had you not said it belonged to a Toyota.
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Re: Plasti Dip

Postby TheGreenDutch » Tue Dec 13, 2011 10:07 am

yeah '90 Supra Turbos. I got them off craiglist for $70 bucks. They were in good shape just dirty. The plasti dip is holding up perfect too. Looks like the day I painted them.
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