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      07-01-2008, 06:13 AM   #1
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Powder coating?

anyone know a place to get wheels powder coated?

i have a set of chrome rims that I want to get a darker shade 'black chrome' to take some of the shine away.
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How about the rim place in Savage, MD.
Not sure if they do that.
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Is this for the M Roadster wheels? Those would look awesome in the smoked coating that's on the e39 M5 wheels.
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Is this for the M Roadster wheels? Those would look awesome in the smoked coating that's on the e39 M5 wheels.
thats the plan
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Great plan. I've always loved the M Roadster. My dad and I test drove one at Oktoberfest '98 in Orlando, but we're both 6'6" so it looked like one of the cars in the Life board game with two pegs in the front seats.
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this is what i was thinking of doing, but not sure how it would look on a silver car.

http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...hrome+roadstar
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Wouldn't it look something like this?



I think that looks great.
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Paul,
Let me know how it turns out, I might need to do some of my wheels too.
I will let you test places out for me first. :-)
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Wouldn't it look something like this?

I think that looks great.
yeah, that looks really nice. it even hides the brake dust better
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Let me know how it turns out, I might need to do some of my wheels too.
I will let you test places out for me first. :-)
arent you the gentleman
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yeah, that looks really nice. it even hides the brake dust better
Get some PBR Metal Master pads...little if any dusting!
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Get some PBR Metal Master pads...little if any dusting!
i usually get Axxis Deluxe which is what I run on my e53 and e92. got many mods, so little time and money
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