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Old November 4th, 2010, 01:14 PM
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The set on my truck came primed and I left them that way. Down the road though I want to either paint or powdercoat to stop the rust I know is coming.

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Old November 4th, 2010, 06:08 PM
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I've got these on my NAS 110 and 110 HCPU. They're the shizz. Been tubeless for years without issues. Rattle can is the way to go. Alpine White on one and Limestone on the other.

Been wondering about 285s on these. No issues Doug?
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Old November 4th, 2010, 06:12 PM
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I tried to rattle can one a long time ago. It drank the paint. I think if it was sand blasted first I would have had better results.
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Galvanize. Next best would be a 2 part coating such as POR 15 Hardnose black or Interlux Perfection, Awlgrip, etc.
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Been wondering about 285s on these. No issues Doug?
Cabell is running 255's, don't know about 285's, someone else may have experience there.
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Old November 4th, 2010, 11:23 PM
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Galvanize. Next best would be a 2 part coating such as POR 15 Hardnose black or Interlux Perfection, Awlgrip, etc.
Pretty sure galv wheels wouldn't work
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Old November 5th, 2010, 09:51 AM
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Pretty sure galv wheels wouldn't work
not socially acceptable on the Blvd ? Why wouldn't they work ?
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Old November 5th, 2010, 10:44 AM
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I bet the galv would settle in ways that would totally unbalance the rim, and then you'd have to do something to ensure the tire sealed and held air where it meets the rim.
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lot of people have done galvy wheels with no problems. On the flip side, at least as many people have done them and had a bunch of problems. Lumps of zinc in the bead sealing area as well as puddles that dry up and basically become giant wheel weights.
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Old November 5th, 2010, 11:20 AM
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I assumed they would be totally unbalanced as noted above
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Most marine/boat trailers in this area use galvanized wheels with no issues. One of my trailers has galvanized wheels and no issues. My intent was to get a pair of these for my sankey. Since plans are to galvanize the whole tub the wheels will probably get done @ the same time.
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I think its a matter of surface prep and the type of galv process used. Some places return a very rough industrial looking galv and some are very smooth "architectural" finish. Also think that sandblasted parts will come out looking rougher than parts which are chemically stripped. I'm sure its possible to do nicely, but you just have to have a galvanizer than cares enough to do it all up just right.
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I think its a matter of surface prep and the type of galv process used. Some places return a very rough industrial looking galv and some are very smooth "architectural" finish. Also think that sandblasted parts will come out looking rougher than parts which are chemically stripped. I'm sure its possible to do nicely, but you just have to have a galvanizer than cares enough to do it all up just right.
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Doug if these came from the place I think they did it's an awesome yard. Tons of tires. I picked up XZYs on these rims from them. Was going to just buy rims one day then got there and the price was great. Nabbed some jerry cans at the same time, too!
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