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Anyone look into just stripping and powder coating the stock rims? Figured this would be a cheaper option maybe instead of paying for new rims. I don't like that enamel-like coating on my rims - seems like it keeps getting chips taken out of it - anyone else experiencing this? Figured I'd get matte black or that bronze powder coated on them, or will that chip, too?

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Anyone look into just stripping and powder coating the stock rims? Figured this would be a cheaper option maybe instead of paying for new rims. I don't like that enamel-like coating on my rims - seems like it keeps getting chips taken out of it - anyone else experiencing this? Figured I'd get matte black or that bronze powder coated on them, or will that chip, too?

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Wouldn't the powder coat also get chipped?

I plastidipped my wheels on my 14 matte black and it was inexpensive and looked clean. Removed my wheels, did one at a time and took me about 2 cans for the whole project.

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Powder coating can chip, but if the prep and powder coating are done correctly, they are generally much more chip resistant. A Guy
 
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