Here's an idea. Jack up the vehicle with the wheel still on the vehicle. Either set up a jig to hold a pinstriping brush in place where you want the stripe, or use your hand if you think you're steady enough, and have someone spin the wheel by hand.
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I thought I had heard every thing until now.Tape off your wheels and throw a rock at a skunk.They will be unique forever.Not to metion your GF will think you have the new AXE body sprayPinstriping anything went out od style in the last 70's.
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The idea of jacking the vehicle up and spinning the wheel and using a cheap pinstripe brush works best..i've done it before on a set of old rims...best thing is have someone else spin the wheel while you hold the brush steady,my wife enjoyed that part....lol
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They sell vinyl rings in rim sizes that are already round. That would be the easiest but using the brush while spinning the rim would look the best.
The Beugler won't work on this application that easy. I use that tool to do straight long runs on cars and bikes that I don't feel like doing by hand. Great tool with alot of adapters for different widths and single and dual line types but it works best on straight lines or slight curves.