Painting Wheels with Tyres on
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    I saw one the other week.

    Bloke had a sheet of plastic.folded it in four,cut a bit out of it,which transpired to be a circle.

    Then put it over the rim and it sat just behind the rim. Took about 2 minutes.

    The video that I can't find,prob shows it better than I explained

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    Cool, thanks for sharing, I was planning on a bit of a tidy up of mine this winter and was thinking along the same lines as a temp fix until I can afford get them powder coated in the future.

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    The critical thing must be able to deflate the tyres completely enough to get the cards/masking in, which I suppose means you need access to a compressor/air line on the return journey.

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    I roughly mask up and use Liquid masking film with a paintbrush up to the wheels edge. When I was a kid I used grease instead of LMF, just wipe off when paint is dry

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