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    Date: Mon June 9, 2008
    Views: 13,620
    Filesize: 37.8kb, 452.9kb
    Dimensions: 1024 x 768
    Keywords: super wet black lollypop blue
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    jazzcornet

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    Registered: May 2007
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    johnnydmetal

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    Great job. They look excellent.


    I have a question to ask because I did a set of rims for a guy last year that were Identical to these but had trouble with the masking off to do the second color.


    I did Exteem Chrome for the outer edge and Super wet black for the center but the masking messed up the chrome color.
    To finish the job I wound up doing the Extreem Chrome and then I had to use a High temp High gloss engine enamel and sprayed it.
    The guy loved the rims and actually payed me an extra 40 bucks for my frustration so it was ok, but I lost alot of time having to rework that first rim.


    How did you mask them out?
    What did you use?


    Thanks
    John
    #1 Fri May 8, 2009 3:44pm


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