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Old 07-26-2006, 04:19 AM
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Going to look good once you get the wheels and the fuel door done!
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Old 07-27-2006, 05:12 PM
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Re: painting wheels
My balancing weights are on the outside of the rims. Can I just move them to the same spot on the inside and be close enough for a while? And if so, how do you do that. It looks like the tab holding them on is wedged under the bead and the bead on the inside edge of the tire overhands the rim quite a bit.
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Old 07-30-2006, 04:46 AM
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Phil, what's up with your rims? New?

I'm thinking about painting ours.
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Old 07-30-2006, 10:35 PM
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Pretty sweet. I was informed, however, that I won't be doing that.
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Pretty sweet. I was informed, however, that I won't be doing that.
Do first, pay for it later.

I'm planning on painting the spare wheel while the wife's not paying attention and then wait to see what happens. She insists the chrome grill has to stay "for the contrast" So I don't expect things to go well when I do the wheels. I think I could get away with powder coating them, but I think shell use the "redneck" word if I paint them.
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Mine is blacked out except for the H2 emblem and new mirrors. I had the '04 mirrors chrome when I bought, then I traded my chrome mirror caps for black but traded the 04 mirrors for the 06 mirrors so I'm back to chrome. I think I'll paint them soon, maybe even paint the H2 emblems on the side. Oh, forgot the tail pipes, I think they will stay chrome.
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Old 07-31-2006, 05:59 PM
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Mine is blacked out except for the H2 emblem and new mirrors. I had the '04 mirrors chrome when I bought, then I traded my chrome mirror caps for black but traded the 04 mirrors for the 06 mirrors so I'm back to chrome. I think I'll paint them soon, maybe even paint the H2 emblems on the side. Oh, forgot the tail pipes, I think they will stay chrome.

Where did you get your wheels done? Was it local?
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I found a guy in Tonica, IL (way, way South). (www.powderperfect.com)
I checked in the Chicago area with no luck--everyone that I called seemed to have the same price but when it came to sandblasting, forget about it. Then, when they found out it was for an H2, they would say, "$$Hummer$$?".
The guy at Powderperfect was great. I bought 4 take-offs and delivered them myself, then picked them up later. Actually, they are metal flake when you get close. -- is that considered bling? Inert-bling maybe.
If you are getting new rims, you might just have them shipped to Powderperfect and then go pick them up.
I got a bunch of ideas from this forum. Lugnuts, replacing the mirror with warranty, and instructions for taking the console out to put in Ipod interface--.
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No Bling........looks not bad, if done right.......I just prefer a "bit" of bling....
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Didn't anybody get the Tahoe reference. I thought it was funny as hell.
Yeah, big difference, but they left the Tahoe frame! LMAO! I am kidding.
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My balancing weights are on the outside of the rims. Can I just move them to the same spot on the inside and be close enough for a while? And if so, how do you do that. It looks like the tab holding them on is wedged under the bead and the bead on the inside edge of the tire overhands the rim quite a bit.

They have Stick on weight that can be put on the inside of the rim. Check with your balancer!....If NO Les Schwab around!
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My balancing weights are on the outside of the rims. Can I just move them to the same spot on the inside and be close enough for a while? And if so, how do you do that. It looks like the tab holding them on is wedged under the bead and the bead on the inside edge of the tire overhands the rim quite a bit.
NO!!!!!!!

I have weights both inside and outside. They try to balance them most of the time with inside weights only but my MT/Rs have been extremely hard to balance and I told them to do inside and out to try to get the tires to settle down at 75MPH.

Just take them in to get balanced and tell them to only weight the inside. If the dealer does it, that's all they should do, anyway.
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After reading this thread, I just rattle canned my rims as I felt so bad having shiny rims. Also, after reading H2F's woes with blinding his beautiful wife, I decided they were a danger to other motorists.
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Hummer Geek,

Why did you change to the '06 mirror caps?
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Why did you change to the '06 mirror caps?

He probably had defective mirrors. MOST dealers will give you '06 mirrors under warranty if your MIRROR'S SUCK!!!
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He probably had defective mirrors. MOST dealers will give you '06 mirrors under warranty if your MIRROR'S SUCK!!!
I need to get my replaced. I waited until they ran out of the older stock. What's cool is I busted one of the mirrors putting the black caps on and the service tech told me NOT to buy a new mirror. He'd just replace the whole thing.
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I need to get my replaced. I waited until they ran out of the older stock. What's cool is I busted one of the mirrors putting the black caps on and the service tech told me NOT to buy a new mirror. He'd just replace the whole thing.

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