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drkandre 06-17-14 10:56 PM

paint code for volk rays?
 
Hey guys, jumping over from the es threads. I have some volk rays from an is300, with the blue and silver center caps. Long story short, I got them second hand and I want to repair the curb rash. Anyone have an idea of what the paint code/color is?
http://i.imgur.com/GdCs44gh.jpg

604GSE21 06-18-14 12:46 AM

good luck on finding the code cuz wheel companies don't usually give out paint code and i am in the same boat, i am looking for paint code for my wheels too... u better off take the wheels to a automotive paint supplies shop that can use a computer to paint match it or take the wheel to a wheel repair shop, usually wheel repair shop matches the color pretty good...

DKIS350 06-18-14 06:09 AM

I would stop in to a body shop with a wheel...they can usually match it using color chips and what is often called a "sun gun".

drkandre 06-18-14 07:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 604GSE21 (Post 8587914)
good luck on finding the code cuz wheel companies don't usually give out paint code and i am in the same boat, i am looking for paint code for my wheels too... u better off take the wheels to a automotive paint supplies shop that can use a computer to paint match it or take the wheel to a wheel repair shop, usually wheel repair shop matches the color pretty good...

Thanks for the reply, was thinking I'd have to take one to get it colormatched. The last time I took one of the wheels to get repaired, for being bent, they did a not so good job. They left the valve stem in so they couldnt reshape the lip to the right contour. Also ground off the forged stamp. They did however straighten the wheel pretty well

drkandre 06-18-14 07:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DKIS350 (Post 8588089)
I would stop in to a body shop with a wheel...they can usually match it using color chips and what is often called a "sun gun".

Alright thanks for the help. These wheels have been hard to find, let alone get info on. Been searching for the fourth center cap forever...


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