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89' 312-8 Rear Rim Paint color

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  • I have an 1989 312-8.
  • The Owner's Manual shows a color photo/picture of a WH with silver/gray rims.
  • The WH has silver/gray rims now, but it definitely is not the original paint.
  • I am redoing the rims (sandblast and repaint) and I would like to repaint with as original a color as possible.
  • I would appreciate any information available.
  • Thanks
  • Old5foot

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I like the Duplicolor wheel paint GM Argent silver is the color...sprayed on these IH Cub weights vs the factory untouched wheels on my 520H, Jeff.



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