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Clear Powder Coated Wheels
These wheels were high polished then clear powder coated. This picture of the rear wheel shows the effect of the powder coat. For this picture, the wheel had about 500 miles on it since the last cleaning and all we did was rinse it off with plain water. That's all! Note how the water beads up. NO dirt sticks to these wheels. They have never been waxed. They don't need it.

The front wheel shows chromed calipers, Hondaline Fork Covers and polished rotors along with the clear powder coated wheel. Same deal here. Requires little cleaning and keeps the shine with application of S-100 and light rinse. Both wheels have the cutouts painted as described on the main page. (see below)
 

The cutouts are painted with Rustoleum Hammered Black which dries in a semi-gloss rough texture (the more brush marks the better) which looks like hammered iron. It touches up relatively easily. Dabbing it on with a small artist's brush is the best method. Black (as always) looks tremendous, but Rustoleum "Hammered" comes in a variety of colors. It is not necessary to get hammered yourself to use it. Iron wheels in one evening for only $4.99.
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