The plastidip is incredibly easy to spray. As long as you just do tons of light coats, you really can't mess it up. It dries supper fast, especially the more you have on the wheel. It holds up really well on the wheel, but I have no idea how it would do on the calipers. I'm not sure if it will handle high temps.Bob, your wheels look they were done at the factory. Can the brake calipers be sprayed with plasticdip and withstand the heat?
We put garbage bags behind the wheel and sprayed tire shine on the edge of the wheels to allow for overspray. That way it just peels right off! On the back wheel we tapes up the camera. Taking it off would make spraying easier for sure.When I did my JK wheels, I took all of them off. If you youtube it, some people just wrap plastic around the back of the wheel/tire and leave them on the vehicle as they spray. I think the best way is just remove it, but either should work.
I didn't have a lift. I took one wheel off at a time. I did it like this:Stupid question, but I assume you take the wheels off to spray them right? I want to do this but don't currently have access to a lift to take off more than 2 wheels at a time which would significantly slow down the taping, painting, and waiting for them to dry.