Basic stock aluminum wheel when I started. I washed them down and
scrubbed them. I did not prime the wheels.
I used packaging paper and cut a hole in it and taped around the wheels.
After it was taped, I used Rustoleum bedliner. Several light coats.
Then moved on to the next wheel.
I have very little chipping and you can see from Flagpole and Jeepskool,
I have tried them out. Nice thing about the bedliner paint, it's black.
Need a little trim? Just hit it with a short spray.
Daily driving and car washes don't bother the paint. Off roading scraping
rocks, wheel, that's what the can is for!
If you get it on the tires, it comes off. Paint does not stick real well to
If you leave the wheels on, your brakes are going to grab and squeal at