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Old September 28th, 2011
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Removing wheel paint

Anybody know of a good way to take off wheel paint with the whole wheel off but the tire left on? I sprayed the wheels with the tires masked off (it's my DD and I only have one set of wheels/tires and no way to remove the tires or put them back on) and the paint is starting to chip in a few places, so I decided that I'll remove it for the winter and redo them with something else in the spring (either powdercoat, plasti-dip, or something else). Thanks in advance!

*edit, I have a '00 Intrigue with the more intricate spoked wheels and I also painted the hub cap around the emblem*
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