Clear for wheels

texasking

Active Member
SPI's speed clear would be an excellent choice, but any of SPI's clears would hold up better than most, all being a flexible polyurethane.
 
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Jim C

Oldtimer
i have used both universal and euro over the years. all work just fine. when it comes to wheels, the durability is all in the prep.
 

Steves69LS3

Oldtimer
Right now the wheels are powdercoated flat black. I want to paint them SPI black to match the stripes and tail panel.
So should i scuff seal base clear?
 

Jim C

Oldtimer
if i was you i would avoid base/clear. i would scuff them really good, shoot a super thin coat of epoxy on them for a sealer then shoot a couple coats of spi black ss on them.
 

Steves69LS3

Oldtimer
if i was you i would avoid base/clear. i would scuff them really good, shoot a super thin coat of epoxy on them for a sealer then shoot a couple coats of spi black ss on them.
I love the idea one less step but i wanted to spray body color on the inlays of the spokes
 
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