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Old 01-03-2013, 02:43 AM   #1
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:41 PM   #2
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You mind if I ask why only 1 wheel was powder coated and 3 wheels were painted? Just dont understand why someone would paint expensive wheels like these, rather then powder coating the set.
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You mind if I ask why only 1 wheel was powder coated and 3 wheels were painted? Just dont understand why someone would paint expensive wheels like these, rather then powder coating the set.
because if you get curb rash on a powdercoated wheel, the whole entire wheel needs to be redone. If you get rash on a painted wheel, you can sand it down and just repaint damaged area or the lip instead of the whole wheel. I have had both... powdercoated and painted and they both have their pro's and con's. Insane deal! TTT
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You mind if I ask why only 1 wheel was powder coated and 3 wheels were painted? Just dont understand why someone would paint expensive wheels like these, rather then powder coating the set.
I got the tires mounted and I was unloading them from the Jeep, one wheel fell on its face and chipped the paint on the lip. I sent it off to get powder coated because I thought this would strengthen the paint. At the end of the day....powder coating still can chip. My thought process wasn't "reselling" the wheels at the time and like I said earlier in the post, when they are on the car it is literally impossible to tell which one it was....they still look perfect....I disclosed the "story" to be an honest sale
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and look at the pics.....they don't lie....the wheels are frikin insainely sexy and you cant see a single miniscule nick from 2-3 feet away
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:35 PM   #7
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Here are current pics of the wheels as it sits outside my office. Please don't mind the break dust. The second pic looks like a chip in the lip but it's not (I just went back outside and rechecked, just dust)....they have no blemishes

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What rubbing issues do you have - front or rear? Is your Vette stock height?

Oh and what about the computer, does it stay happy and not throw codes?

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No rubbing at all, the widths are perfect. I am slammed all the way on aftermarket bolts in front and rear on Z51 suspension. I never installed the TPMS so I lived with the tire code on the display (it's just a light)
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Hey, I know your car, I believe. I've seen it at Cars and Coffee. I have a 2008 Z06, black. My only question is did you lower your car? I'm very interested. Robb
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Yep, I go to C+C frequently...the car is lowered all the way on WCC bolts.
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Yep, I go to C+C frequently...the car is lowered all the way on WCC bolts.

Man I want these you not going to change your mind
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Bump for a good guy and a bad *** set of wheels! Tempted to grab them myself. Lol

GLWS bro!
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Love these wheels. Wish the timing was right...
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will you take 3499.50 lol jk good luck with sell love this look...
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Bump for a smoking price on 360's, GREAT DEAL!
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thanks men....lookin to move these sooner then later....as long as I can keep 3K..... the buyer covers the shipping they can have them Local sale is still 3500 though
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SOLD to RobbDorf!!.Thanks brother
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Damn, I was hoping they would be here for another week. Sweet wheels and great deal!
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