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    an very usefull guide there thanks pal.
     
     

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    excellent guide now i must try this myself some time... i hope i have the same results
     
     

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    Wow, I stumbled accross this searching for something else, I am quite amazed at how simple it looks - that metalik stuff looks spot on! I would like to try it on some wheels some day!
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    is it possible to put this as a sticky, very informative
     
     

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    brilliant tip
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    Cheers I've just ordered all the stuff mentioned and will give it a go btw I got the filler from halfords so no shipping costs.
     
     

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    Fantastic - I need to sort one of my wheels after the other half 'kerbed it a bit' (her words - I didn't see manging to do it half way round the wheel was 'a bit'). But might as well do them all (one of the rears is starting to bubble a bit).

    Reckon I'll get on it once the weather improves a bit.
     
     

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    Superb, awesome job - will definitely get onto doing mine now.
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    Maybe a stupid question (that I forgot to ask last time...) but do you not need to use a primer?

    I'll definitely be doing a DIY refurb on my wheels after taking my car for an Oil Service today and finding out that it needs a new water pump (leaking), new rad (swollen), another set of rear springs and a load of hoses changing! Great.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psy View Post
    Superb, awesome job - will definitely get onto doing mine now.
    Still thinking about getting them sprayed Psy??
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