Howdy everyone! So the ZJ I picked up a little over a month just passed it's NH safety inspection with flying colors
With that monkey off my back I've been running a ton of things through my mind but the one that hits me every time I step out my kitchen door is swapping over the rims and tires from my Part YJ to my ZJ. The tires on my ZJ now are 225/75R15 and the ones on my parts YJ are 30X9.5 R15. Also the ones on my ZJ now are all season "sissy" tires
and the others are M+S tread.
Sooooooo, here's my question. The chrome rims are fairly rusty (see pic). If I sand them as best I can by hand to get all the crud off, can I plasti-dip these rims with decent results?
Lastly, while the tires are in pretty good shape with decent tread, good sidewalls, and they hold air and shape very well, they do have some minor weather cracking between treads.......should I be concerned (planning new tires this year anyway, these would be to hold me over for a while).
So what do you guys think, swap them over and plasti-dip the rims so I can get this thing on the trails....or just pound the pavement all summer while I save up for new tires.