All I did on the wheels was clean them real quick and paint. A little scotch brite pad where the powdercoat was still all there too. I used a can of Duplicolor Wheel Coating left over from when I attempted to paint my Classic Locks.
I found the doors on a local club forum. They were in very good condition, and I paid $200 for the set. I got a good deal, and sorry but they aren't for sale.
The appliance epoxy has held up pretty well. I haven't given my rear bumper (where I used the paint) a good clean lately, but I don't believe there has been much fading. It looks as you would imagine a rear bumper would after about year of weathering and wheeling. I would use it again. I don't want to tell you it will be perfect for corners, but I believe it would be fine; Not sure it would be any better than regular rustoleum though.
Thanks for the compliments, I appreciate it! Your rig is coming along great as well.
The Rokmen skid actually was bent slightly, but nothing too
serious. That ledge was just a stupid idea...