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Re: Re:Tire dismounting

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11-15-2012 16:38:21

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any time you break a tire down.. sand or wire wheel the rim clean.. then paint with a rust control primer and then a piant.. like rustoleum, por.. or even an epoxy paint like appliance epoxy. it's VERY tough.. and prevents water getting in.. no water.. no rust.

if rims were loaded with salt wter.. wash them off well.. THEN clean.. then dry and paint...

paint doesn't rust...

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11-15-2012 17:59:39

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 Re: Re:Tire dismounting in reply to soundguy, 11-15-2012 16:38:21  
The rims I did today, I bought for the turf tires on them. The PO said they were only 3 or 4 years old. They were on 28x12 rims, john deere according to him. The new (then ) rims were rusted to the tubes after such a short time. Paint is always my style, you can bet on several coats inside my rims, great way to use up extra paint. Who is going to see what color the inside is? Thanks for the reply, joe

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11-15-2012 18:09:27

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 Re: Re:Tire dismounting in reply to old-9, 11-15-2012 17:59:39  
ditto that.

I had some rust control primer in brown i used on mylast set.. and some appliance epoxy white and black leftover from some other products.. I don't keep the epoxy paint long after opening as it goes bad.. so it was a good use.. who cares if one rim is black and the other white inside.. :)

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