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Old 04-14-10, 10:05 PM   #16
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so the rims from the guys on Ebay are solid?
Sorry, I don't understand the question... The rims from the OEWheels links I provided are cast aluminum...
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Old 04-15-10, 12:08 AM   #17
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Thanks for the links Jim I think I may need some winter wheels next time around. These all seasons in the snow were a little precarious at best LOL
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Old 04-15-10, 03:48 AM   #18
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ok... you have talked me into it!!!
If you buy those, get pictures of them!!
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What is the difference between hyper-silver and hyper-black? The descriptions are the same:

"The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat."

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"The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper silver. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. "
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What is the difference between hyper-silver and hyper-black? The descriptions are the same:

"The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat."

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"The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper silver. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. "
It was a typo. He meant to say Hyper Silver.
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The first description was of a hyper black wheel. The second description was of a hyper silver wheel. Maybe the hyper silver has more silver sprayed on it so less of the black shows through?
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The first description was of a hyper black wheel. The second description was of a hyper silver wheel. Maybe the hyper silver has more silver sprayed on it so less of the black shows through?
I think the Hyper Black is darker than the Hyper Silver. I should email them.

EDIT: They do not offer the wheels in Hyper Silver. Only Hyper Black
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i just bought the 62mm lexus wheel center caps. Not bad in price and quality.

http://www.autowheelcapled.com/index...-aluminum.html

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