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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
    @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?
    If you removed the outer layer of a piece of coal, what coloured coal would you find inside?


    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
    No they're not.

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    and please do not machine them its will ruin there shine
    No it won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
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    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?
    from any autoshop cost 150rs
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    from any autoshop cost 150rs
    without rotatory polisher machine is it possible to do this job?
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    without rotatory polisher machine is it possible to do this job?
    yes but you need heavy hardwork
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerali View Post
    yes but you need heavy hardwork
    oho any other suggestions? Any painter can do this work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    oho any other suggestions? Any painter can do this work?
    yes bro
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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.


    rim car code needed for oem civic 99 vti oriel  automatic -1531484

    Im a metallurgical engineering student. From my point of view u can do three things which are:
    1) Remove the paint with paint remover-- Drawback is that Paint remover may have acid or other strong agent which may effect the microstructure of steel hence etching may take place which would lead to corrosion ( increased corrosion rate? fast corrosion).
    2) U may get the rim machined, in maching a thin layer if the metal will be removed from the surface--Drawbacks ---> decrease in strength of rim but very slight hence negligible, appearence may change and visible tracked of the facing operation of the tool of laith machine (kharadiya wali machine) may apprear as round cirlces since this model rims have shinny finish.original rims are made on CNC machine and follow many surface treatments for finish like polishing etc.
    3) heat the rim to a temperature where the paint starts coming of and remove. ab heat kesay karna ye b ek problem caz u will need around 100-200...simple aag laga kar wood se os me rakh kar try kar saktay paint jesay utaray chk kartay rahin

    Choice is ur sir thks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheazi View Post
    Im a metallurgical engineering student. From my point of view u can do three things which are:
    1) Remove the paint with paint remover-- Drawback is that Paint remover may have acid or other strong agent which may effect the microstructure of steel hence etching may take place which would lead to corrosion ( increased corrosion rate? fast corrosion).
    2) U may get the rim machined, in maching a thin layer if the metal will be removed from the surface--Drawbacks ---> decrease in strength of rim but very slight hence negligible, appearence may change and visible tracked of the facing operation of the tool of laith machine (kharadiya wali machine) may apprear as round cirlces since this model rims have shinny finish.original rims are made on CNC machine and follow many surface treatments for finish like polishing etc.
    3) heat the rim to a temperature where the paint starts coming of and remove. ab heat kesay karna ye b ek problem caz u will need around 100-200...simple aag laga kar wood se os me rakh kar try kar saktay paint jesay utaray chk kartay rahin

    Choice is ur sir thks
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    you are 100% right and I am also engineer know these effects very well. What I am thinking is that paint the rim by using 2k or nexa paint to same oem color because I don't want to lose the strength and shape.

    What do you think if I paint the rim to same color?

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    @Xulfiqar

    Please help me what I have to do with oem rims which is painted by previous owner.

    Some one said machine the rim but it will decrease the strength. But I am in favor of repainting the rim to oem color.

    Please suggest me what to do? Now I am dependent on you.
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    a. Shaving half a millimeter off, neatly, it won't compromise it's strength in any way.
    b. Originals were diamond cut- hence CD reflections- not painted or chromed.
    c. If you wanna revert to original looks, you got to get them turned.
    d. Rest is up to you, but no, I don't have any official proof.

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    @racerali @Xulfiqar @uiv

    what to do right?

    Either repaint or machine these rim shown in pic?
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    Exchange ur rims with same ones .... These rims are easily available in market .... I sold mine in 9k a year back

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornblower View Post
    Exchange ur rims with same ones .... These rims are easily available in market .... I sold mine in 9k a year back
    If all things are fine why i will sell the rim? Why not repaint to oem color?
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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    If all things are fine why i will sell the rim? Why not repaint to oem color?
    I dont know why are u not realizing that there is no colour code for polished rims .... A dozen people have told u this .... Get them polished or buy used ones which are not coloured like urs

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornblower View Post
    I dont know why are u not realizing that there is no colour code for polished rims .... A dozen people have told u this .... Get them polished or buy used ones which are not coloured like urs
    Each and every rims can be repaint to any color. When I say oem color its mean that repaint the rim to same color that was earlier-stock color. Machine the rim will decrease the strength. Polished is not reliable option and polish will remove after some time.
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    @Xulfiqar

    Please help me against my query?
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