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    Cool Rim Car code needed for oem civic 99 vti oriel automatic

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    I want to know the color code of OEM Genuine Honda rims for civic 99 vti oriel. Reference picture of OEM Genuine Honda rims for civic 99 vti oriel is:

    Please experts tell me exact color matching code because I have to repaint my rims to original color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    Hi

    I want to know the color code of OEM Genuine Honda rims for civic 99 vti oriel. Reference picture of OEM Genuine Honda rims for civic 99 vti oriel is:

    Please experts tell me exact color matching code because I have to repaint my rims to original color seen in reference pic.
    They're supposed to be machined/milled and polished, not painted.

    Paint would only ruin them, make 'em worse.

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    @huzaifa.haroon @uiv
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    in my case the seen is different. The previous owner changed the color of rims so I want to revert back the original color by painting the rims to original color seen in reference pic.

    So for this purpose I needed color code for painting the rims to stock color code.

    Please experts tell me color code for rims given in reference pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    @huzaifa.haroon @uiv
    @Xulfiqar
    in my case the seen is different. The previous owner changed the color of rims so I want to revert back the original color by painting the rims to original color seen in reference pic.
    So for this purpose I needed color code for painting the rims to stock color code.
    Please experts tell me color code for rims given in reference pic.
    Stock were never painted. Hence there's no colour code.
    Yours, from what I can see, have just gone pale and lost their shine, but were not painted.

    Get them machined properly, and they'll return to their original CD look. Machining shouldn't cost you more than 500 for each wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    Stock were never painted. Hence there's no colour code.
    Yours, from what I can see, have just gone pale and lost their shine, but were not painted.

    Get them machined properly, and they'll return to their original CD look. Machining shouldn't cost you more than 500 for each wheel.
    The All pics are reference pic taken from internet bro. Now what to do because previous owner might spray the rims to some white color?
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    Bhai jaan, aap isay machine karwa layn, saaray maslay hal ho jayn ***, color khud utar jaye ga. Agar machine nai karwana to color utarnay wala jo chemical ata hai woh laga dayn paint utar jaye ga, lakin shayad rims ki shine halki ho jaye gee. Yeh chemical auto paint ki kisi bhee shop say mil jaye ga.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustaad_007 View Post
    Bhai jaan, aap isay machine karwa layn, saaray maslay hal ho jayn ***, color khud utar jaye ga. Agar machine nai karwana to color utarnay wala jo chemical ata hai woh laga dayn paint utar jaye ga, lakin shayad rims ki shine halki ho jaye gee. Yeh chemical auto paint ki kisi bhee shop say mil jaye ga.
    How to machine the rim bro? Please share the details here
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    Dear OP,

    uiv is correct, these will be machined and polished. Take these to your local rims shop and ask for a quote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    How to machine the rim bro? Please share the details here
    just go to any alloy shop and ask them to buff the alloys

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    just go to any alloy shop and ask them to buff the alloys
    Buff will remove all past paint done on rim and do you think, orignal color will save after past job or not?
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    @huzaifa.haroon @Xulfiqar @racerali

    Please help me. I have to revert back to oem color. Please tell me oem color code for rim so that I can repaint to oem color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    Stock were never painted. Hence there's no colour code.
    Yours, from what I can see, have just gone pale and lost their shine, but were not painted.

    Get them machined properly, and they'll return to their original CD look. Machining shouldn't cost you more than 500 for each wheel.
    @uiv

    If someone painted the stock rims which is my case-previous owner painted the rim I think so then what are the ways to revert back to oem color?
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    where are the experts? No one here are intending to help people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    @huzaifa.haroon @Xulfiqar @racerali

    Please help me. I have to revert back to oem color. Please tell me oem color code for rim so that I can repaint to oem color.
    Bro there is NO color for rim they r type of chrome and only shine
    i also color these rims but then i know later that their shine is not because of color
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    and please do not machine them its will ruin there shine
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    Bro there is NO color for rim they r type of chrome and only shine
    i also color these rims but then i know later that their shine is not because of color
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    Then which color you used for painting the rim? Any pics of rim after painting the rim bro? I also want to paint the rim to original oem color? Is any way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    @racerali

    Then which color you used for painting the rim? Any pics of rim after painting the rim bro? I also want to paint the rim to original oem color? Is any way?
    bro there is NO color i just buff rims with brill cutting cream and the the color i wrongly done has been peel off
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    bro there is NO color i just buff rims with brill cutting cream and the the color i wrongly done has been peel off
    @racerali

    Its mean no need to color the rims just do you done? Is this procedure will remove all previous paint from rims?

    BTW from where you done these work to remove the painted rim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    @racerali

    Its mean no need to color the rims just do you done? Is this procedure will remove all previous paint from rims?

    BTW from where you done these work to remove the painted rim?
    yes no need to paint rims.Procedure i just buff with my rotatory polisher with above mention cream
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    yes no need to paint rims.Procedure i just buff with my rotatory polisher with above mention cream
    @racerali

    ok thanks for suggestion. From where I can get brill cutting cream in Islamabad but I don't have rotatory polisher? How to do this job?
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