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I wish I had pictures of some of mine to post.
I pump the chloride out, clean the rims up good to get the rust off, weld a
patch over the old valve stem hole and drill a new valve stem hole 180 degrees
away (or where suitable) on the rim.
I then paint them with Rustoleum primer and paint, put them back together and pumped the chloride back in.
There's also a rubber rim band you can put in them between the rim and tube.
I've seen Old and some others say to use truck bed liner, I've just never tried it.
I don't notice any difference in the centers, but maybe someone will have a reason.
I had one last week that was too far gone to patch, I bought a 10x28 rim for $120 locally in central MI.
If that sounds like a good deal email me and I'll send you the guy's phone #.
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