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Old 06-20-2013, 01:38 PM
mlawler34 mlawler34 is offline
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Originally Posted by onewheat View Post
You will have a tough time getting anything to stick well over chrome - even with sanding, etc. It may last a bit, but it is only temporary. Your best bet to paint would be to sandblast the lugs and remove the chrome, but then it is still just paint. Your first torque will mess up the contact points.
I agree! Which is why I am placing an order for new lugs from our good friend above!
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