Quote, originally posted by enlarged reputation » this is the worst idea i've heard of since... ever. brake dust + road grime + plasti dip = :crazy:
if the photo above is not sufficient to see if youd like flat black wheels, i suggest using that temporary rock protection spray so at least your able to spray it off with high pressure once you make up your mind. even if you peel the plastidip there will be spots you wont be able to get to..
Looks like Alanbrito caught that idea as well. If you want a week long flat black look into that spray or the car art stuff. Plasti-dipping wheels is the worst idea i've heard in a while. If you are looking to save money and want a flat black look, I suggest Duplicolor wheel specific paint.
I bought a set of trashed classix for the winter and less than 20 bucks later:
But IMO the charlestons are too interesting of a design to paint black, just like the huffs. The painted and machined contrast is what sets them apart. Even if they are just 'stock' wheels.