Custom Anodized Centerlocks
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Changing up the color scheme on your car that has centerlocks? Some cars with centerlocks come in various colors, if you are going with a new vinyl wrap or accent color on your car, you're going to want to match the centerlocks.
The proper way to change the color is not paint, it's not powdercoat, it's anodizing. Why? Anodizing is not a coating that goes on top of the surface, instead it penetrates the metal, changing the color of the metal itself. This is how it is done at the manufacturer when they built your car. It won't chip and it will last just as long as your car.
We offer this service for all makes and models including but not limited to:
Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Koenigsegg
*This process can take up to 2 weeks from the time we receive your centerlocks