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Wheel Repair

Post by AustinR » Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:47 pm

I've got a few dingers in 3 of my BBS RZ's. I'm contemplating just getting them fixed locally, which is a mobile Alloy Wheel Repair truck. lol. From what I can tell, they are a chain. And I mean, I'm sure they do good work...right? :?
I see the truck parked outside of the Infinity dealer near my work all the time. I guess what's what leads me to believe they do a decent job.

I know there are places you can ship wheels to, and they'll send them back, but it seems like shipping my wheels across the country could be an unnecessary measure.

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Re: Wheel Repair

Post by M20_fever » Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:42 am

If the Lexus dealer is using them, go talk tot he service manager over there and see what he has to say about them. If you just need some dents fixed they are probably fine. Its when you need welding done that you want to find the best in the area.
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Re: Wheel Repair

Post by 87e30 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:17 am

What he said ^
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