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So my question is can you monstaliner wheels, and will it hold up? i know rhino liner tends to stain with mud. i don't want to deal with that. found some wheels cheap that are scratched up and was curious if i could do this with them. Figured it would be more durable than paint.
 

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the dirt and grime from the road or trails will mess up the color of it i had steelies done in black on my offroad rig, and it faded pretty quick I would try sanding down the scratches and take them to a powdercoating shop.

*edit* mine was done in line-x if that helps, im assuming rhinoliner is similar.
 

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I had a buddy that did this on his Jeep..............he could never get the wheels/tires to balance right.

IMO....steer clear of it. To many other options.... aka Plasti-Dip
 

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Yes. i bet balancing would be a bitch. not so much a worry on a trail-only rig, but major issue for a hiway ride
 

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It was so bad my buddy sold those wheels and tires
 
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