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If your going to buy a blaster anyway the media shouldn't got much if any more than the POR15. Also on rims, you would want to get rid of all the rust to have a decent looking finish and POR15 doesn't stick good on bare metal.

Before I went with disc brakes and new rims on my truck I blasted them and powder coated. Turned out nice I thought.
 

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Look into the Eastwood powder coating system. I use it along with an oven that was given to me and I get great results. A wheel should fit in the oven so you could technically do it yourself.
To paint the rims, you'll spend about $60 for primer and paint and then it's gone.

The Eastwood unit is super easy and you get good results. For around $200 you can get the two stage gun and enough powder to do all your rims and then some. There is always a oven for sell on Craigslist on Market Place. I paid $50 for mine. You can powder coat all sorts of small parts.

Once you buy the gun, you'll have it to use over and over on all sorts of stuff.

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