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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-15-2019 06:48 PM
Bruce 94VT Those wheels definitely suit those cars.
07-15-2019 04:58 PM
Vossen Wheels Satin Black & Gloss Black is still one of our most popular colors...



07-15-2019 10:52 AM
Bruce 94VT Thanks Drew.
07-15-2019 10:30 AM
Drew Zee
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How does the plastic dip work?
Check it out: www.dipyourcar.com
07-15-2019 09:05 AM
Drew Zee
Dark coloured wheels.. but why

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What color is your car, I Love it!


Original color is Grigio Thalasso. I decided that the color just wasn’t loud and obnoxious enough so I had it wrapped and ceramic coated, and tinted the lenses for even more contrast.





The plastidipped wheels will literally last years. There is a chemical that is applied over the soft rubber to harden it, and you can even wax over it if you want. I even plastidipped my last Viper and there were absolutely no chips or dings after one year. And if that does happen, you just need to touch it up.


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07-15-2019 07:23 AM
Bruce 94VT Thanks mate. What happens if the plastic gets ripped or torn? Can u resorts that part?
07-15-2019 07:15 AM
supradedupra
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How does the plastic dip work?
There are several ways to apply it, but I've personally used it in aerosol form. In that form, it's basically a spray on rubber coating that easily comes out by peeling the edge, or if you can't get an edge, WD40 takes it off. It doesn't damage the surface, and if you get tired of how the plastidip looks, it's pretty easy to remove and revert back to before
07-15-2019 02:18 AM
Bruce 94VT Great colour combo definitely.
07-15-2019 01:31 AM
Russk
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I have the best of both worlds...stock silver wheels that I plastidipped gloss black. Totally reversible and love the contrast.


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What color is your car, I Love it!
07-15-2019 12:41 AM
Bruce 94VT How does the plastic dip work?
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