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RimPro-Tec® Wheel Bands™ are the best way to create a Type R pinstripe effect on your wheel while adding a defense against curb rash at the same time.

We're kicking off being a new supporting vendor in the forum with a special offer to forum members.

Get a set of Wheel Bands™ for only $79! Use discount code: 10thcivic.

Wheel Bands for only $79/set is a great deal* but this offer only lasts until January 17.

In addition, we will rebate the full $79 special offer purchase price to the first 3 forum members who post photos of their Wheel Bands installations by January 24. NOTE: To be eligible for the 100% rebate offer the member has to have a minimum of 25 posts in the 10th Civic Forum or 100 posts in the 9th Civic Forum.

Check out photos of Wheel Bands both real and conceptualized in the forum gallery.

More info on our website.

*Wheel Bands kits list at $119/set with free shipping on our website and at $99/set at major online retailers like CARiD and AutoAnything.
 

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Can these be put on with the OEM rims for a Touring?
Yes.

Note that you will not be able to cover up the beveled edge. See photo attached for mounting location. Also, Wheel Bands do not have to have 100% adhesion all the way around the wheel to work. You can mount over a few inches worth of light existing curb rash or over a wheel design that has a few recessed cutouts like the black spoke accents on the Touring OEM wheel.

If you do go for the rebate offer and post a photo, you're covered. The OEM grade foam attachment tape used in Wheel Bands works like an adhesive version of Velcro. It holds tight in shear direction like when racing down the highway or rubbing a curb, but it will release from wheel without leaving a gummy residue by pulling straight up slowly.
 

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Yes.

Note that you will not be able to cover up the beveled edge. See photo attached for mounting location. Also, Wheel Bands do not have to have 100% adhesion all the way around the wheel to work. You can mount over a few inches worth of light existing curb rash or over a wheel design that has a few recessed cutouts like the black spoke accents on the Touring OEM wheel.

If you do go for the rebate offer and post a photo, you're covered. The OEM grade foam attachment tape used in Wheel Bands works like an adhesive version of Velcro. It holds tight in shear direction like when racing down the highway or rubbing a curb, but it will release from wheel without leaving a gummy residue by pulling straight up slowly.
Wow that does look sweet. Unfortunately I dont have a dry garage I could work with to put these on, but its definitely on my radar for the future, my car is red and I think that would look really nice with my car
 

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Any news on the Wheel band replacements ? So far not looking very promising as the last post was in April. Great Idea and looks great but I would be hesitant if the adhesive didn't stick properly.
 
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