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Old 02-26-2013, 01:40 PM
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My BBS-RS723 Refinish

Well came home today and I was happy as can be four boxes
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:41 PM
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:42 PM
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Step Two- Tear down begins and required tools.
You need an 8mm Triple Square ( 12 point) Bit. I got mine at Carquest was right around 8 dollars.
Also I picked up a deadblow hammer from Lowes thing worked like a champ.
I wrapped most of the ratchet in electrical tape as well as the bit/socket to prevent any damage that might take place if I was to slip.
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:45 PM
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If you haven't figured it out yet I have absolutely no clue how to break up a single post pictures wise....
Step Three- Tear Down Bolts....The ones on mine came out easily and were powder-coated as well by the looks. All in all the rims are in awesome condition.
I'll attach some pics showing all the metal flake on the barrels.

EDIT- Couple of things I've figured out thus far.
1- If you are doing these by hand....it's tough.... I've had to pretty much center my body over the ratchet and do slow turns about 1 per swing on the hard ones. This paired with CRC Freeze off made it "fairly" easy. These titanium Studs/Bolts are pretty tough haven't stripped or snapped one yet.
2-CHECK YOUR BIT! I accidentally had my arms angled too much on two swings and rolled off the bolts by accident. To fix / ensure i wouldn't strip by accident I pulled out the diamond file and ground the head of the bit down a little bit to reshape the 12 points to a finer edge.
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:49 PM
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Step Four- Popping out the centers....This was a PITA and actually took some good swinging to get them to pop...Turn the rim over so the center face is down. I used my dead-blow hammer wrapped the face in electrical tape ( added a little cushion) and started swinging. It took a good 6-7 swings.
And of course get a jar to stay organized

Edit- One thing on this step
1- Make sure to spin the rim and hit right on the edge of where the roundel is. One hit over each of the lug holes on the next two rims made the centers pop out much easier.
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:50 PM
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Changing that Gawdy white to Gold most likely..... I think gold and blue would be a nice contrast for my ride Possibly redo the bolts as well not sure....Open to suggestions!
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I'm working on a square set right now (17" x 8"). Found a triple square bit set (6,8,10,12mm) at Northern Tool for $4. this wheel set was a bargain set that has seen mucho salt. Two days of PB Blaster soak, a 24" breaker bar, and much prayer to not snap off the head of one of the bolts and I've got them all broken loose on the first wheel. I'm tempted to try the electric impact on wheel number two in the hopes of reducing the chance of snapping a bolt head off.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:11 PM
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It's a huge cat. 25lb+ Maine Coon.

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He is an enormous cat...... more like a dog plays fetch and all
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I'm working on a square set right now (17" x 8"). Found a triple square bit set (6,8,10,12mm) at Northern Tool for $4. this wheel set was a bargain set that has seen mucho salt. Two days of PB Blaster soak, a 24" breaker bar, and much prayer to not snap off the head of one of the bolts and I've got them all broken loose on the first wheel. I'm tempted to try the electric impact on wheel number two in the hopes of reducing the chance of snapping a bolt head off.
I'm doing all mine by hand rim 2 and 3 have taken almost two hours :/
Holy smokes 4 bucks! The set i saw at Carquest was like 36!
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He is an enormous cat...... more like a dog plays fetch and all


I'm doing all mine by hand rim 2 and 3 have taken almost two hours :/
I'm not so much worried about the amount of time it's taking, more so the amount of torque I'm having to apply with the breaker bar to get the bolts to release. With the impact the high frequency vibration from the impacting makes loosening the bolts take less torque in theory.

Your wheels have a great finish to start with so they should come out looking really fine after you've finished them. I've got quite a bit of work to strip off peeling clear coat and sand/polish off the corrosion on the bare alloy.....

Whatever you decide on your color scheme don't do this......
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I don't know what that is .....are those the rims off that z3 that started on fire?
DC Soak the heck out of them in PB only thing that makes these harder then fives is the fact that you really cant get to the threading . You have to try and start them then crank some PB in there feel free to throw up pics of yours to DC
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I'm not so much worried about the amount of time it's taking, more so the amount of torque I'm having to apply with the breaker bar to get the bolts to release. With the impact the high frequency vibration from the impacting makes loosening the bolts take less torque in theory.

Your wheels have a great finish to start with so they should come out looking really fine after you've finished them. I've got quite a bit of work to strip off peeling clear coat and sand/polish off the corrosion on the bare alloy.....

Whatever you decide on your color scheme don't do this......

Wait... Is that a granite finish?!
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Wait... Is that a granite finish?!
Sort of like a faux granite with some orange spots mixed in that didn't show up in the cell phone shot. Ugliest a$$ wheels I've ever seen. Saw them at a rim repair shop while I was waiting on them to finish my wheels. Don't know how they got them but they've had them for a while....surprise, surprise.

Here's what I'm working with. One is representative of the set I bought and the 2nd photo is of the replacement wheel for the one FedEx lost.
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Thought about your bolts yet DC? I think I'm stripping all the paint off.....then polishing on the wire wheel, and then buying some clear engine enamel.Going to have to make a stand and spray them all quick so they don't oxidize. The results are supposed to be rock hard. Just have to be careful not to lay to heavy for fear of not being able to fit the triple square back in.
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Thought about your bolts yet DC? I think I'm stripping all the paint off.....then polishing on the wire wheel, and then buying some clear engine enamel.Going to have to make a stand and spray them all quick so they don't oxidize. The results are supposed to be rock hard. Just have to be careful not to lay to heavy for fear of not being able to fit the triple square back in.
I'm just hoping to get 'em all out intact, then I'll worry about how I'm going to refinish them.
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These are easy wheels to work with though, I tried to take apart a style 5 but at the end didn't feel like it

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I'm just hoping to get 'em all out intact, then I'll worry about how I'm going to refinish them.
Good luck mine were tough and there not even beat

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These are easy wheels to work with though, I tried to take apart a style 5 but at the end didn't feel like it

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I actually don't mind the white.
Wouldn't go with my car at all though it has way too much black. I mean In general it's not bad but, gold is just better .
Also Looking into getting the Bolts Titanium Nitride coated ( would give that bright gold color to them.)
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