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Anyone paint their OEM wheels?

trusktr

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Search results are not showing much. I'm curious to know if anyone has painted their GT350 OEM wheels to look anything other than stock.

Please post pics if you have!
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You’d think I would have by now, I do it for a living.
Black goes so well with Magnetic Grey I haven’t been able to come up with a better option….
Maybe if one gets damaged I’ll do a color change.
 

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Pictures please.
Sorry but all pics of that were lost when my phone took a dump. I really preferred the look over all black but with the OE pads propensity to dust it was a real battle to keep them looking their best. I do also remember another member around the same time (late 2017) who had his powder coated silver, also on a magnetic car.
 

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Thread revival. Any pictures out there of powder coated or painted stock wheels in lighter colors? Thanks!
 

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I painted my non-stock wheels so I could continue to save up for FI. I was going to powder coat but the quote was a little nuts I thought. I’m happy with the results but I could do better. Kinda rushed it
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