Had some fun polishing the lip edge and bead of the Premier alloy wheel and wet-sanding/tripoli/rouge on the center caps. I then masked the rim edge and sprayed the stripped wheel with a hammered alum. finish. This covered the imperfections I found when I had stripped the original factory paint on the wheel (it is like a sandblasted surface under the paint - it would have been a BEAR to sand/polish that out!).
It's a nice look. Now all I need is a set of nice tires for cheap!
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Guest Message by DevFuse
Polish/repaint on Premier alloy wheels.
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