what is happening to my rims???

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by josh47j, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. josh47j

    josh47j New Member

    my rims are bubbling and messing up please look and tell me whats happening

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  2. josh47j

    josh47j New Member

    this is the only one that is haveing the problem the other 3 are fine. I bought the truck a month ago aint that some s**t.
  3. raisor87

    raisor87 Rockstar 100 Posts

    i suggest having them painted or powder coated that would be cheaper than buying new rims
  4. 95CTburb19

    95CTburb19 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    ooo thats rough. I would sand blast and powder coat if possible.
  5. bassalive

    bassalive Rockstar 100 Posts

    up here in snow man land thats a minor issue but can understand that u r pissed. take them to body man and get him to snd blast those babbies. POWDER COAT!
  6. venom909

    venom909 New Member

    Could be cat urine
  7. tlperry68

    tlperry68 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    It looks like the pre cleaning was bad before the plating or electrolosis job was done. I would take them to who the original supplier was.
  8. jiujitsu

    jiujitsu Rockstar

    i would check with the manufacter of the rim and call them and tell them they might do something for you or a possible recall on the finish and before i'd powder coat i would price getting that rim dipped...around here its not all that much
  9. sweetdawg99

    sweetdawg99 Rockstar

    def looks like a manufacturer error to me
  10. daddytech

    daddytech Epic Member 5+ Years 500 Posts

    depending on where you live that could also be salt eating through the finish directly through to the alloy metal. also but it should have been finished a little better than that too though , I agree with the others, you may want to find out who the manufacturer is and see if they can help you any. If it is left in your hands still i would polish the rim down to the pits and be sure to use Navel Jelly on the pits, that will keep them from rusting any more. then besure they are sealed well before you have them dipped or coated.

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