I would not powdercoat aluminum rims, it makes them weaker because they heat them up. Anodizing is the way to go, but with all the costs & hassle, it's easier to buy them in w/e color your want from pro-wheel or excel. Trust me, I know, I've been racing since 1999
'01 Chevy 2500 HD ECLB w/ 8.1 - 06 Tow Mirrors, 285s, 17" MB Chaos Wheels, Torsions Cranked, Rear Airbags, Flowmaster Dual Exhaust
2014 Diamond Cargo 8.5' x 20' Enclosed Trailer - Fully Loaded Interior
Exmark Lazer Z X-Series 52" w/ Ultravac
Scag 36" Belt
Boss 8' Straight Blade
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