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  • pickleboy
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    thanks for the info guys its so helpful to have experience like we have available here.

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  • nuttyman
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    yeah-just shoot the whole wheel. the bead will still set. I only do motorcycle wheels & have never done any car or truck wheels & always cut strips of thick plastic like a milk carton or something like that to place in between the wheel & the tool used to put the tire on.

    nutty

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  • customandsound
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    Just as bob said .. powder the whole wheel the bead will still set ..

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  • trsick
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    Re: powdering wheels

    Originally posted by pickleboy
    probably a dumb question but when doing wheels do most of you out there powder the area where the tire covers (bead area). just wondering if it affects sealing of tire / during mounting of tire does this powder usually get damaged. thanks for replies in advance.
    Hey Pickle:
    I powder the whole rim including the bead. Never had a problem.
    Good Luck
    Bob

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  • corecoatings
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    Powdering wheels

    I am doing my first set in a few days. I am going to just let the powder roll over the lip.

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  • pickleboy
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    powdering wheels

    probably a dumb question but when doing wheels do most of you out there powder the area where the tire covers (bead area). just wondering if it affects sealing of tire / during mounting of tire does this powder usually get damaged. thanks for replies in advance.
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