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      06-07-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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Fix curb rash on powdercoated wheels

Anyone know if this can be done? I would assume its the same process as fixing any other wheel
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It would be the same process as fixing any other wheel. It may be hard to match the powercoat finish but you might as well get the curb rash fixed then send the wheel off to get refinished.
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try wheelsonsite.com

they charge $179 and come to your house/work and fix it.
Wheels stay on the car as its lifted up and spun via machine while its sanded and repainted.
I had mine fixed and couldn't be more happier
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try wheelsonsite.com

they charge $179 and come to your house/work and fix it.
Wheels stay on the car as its lifted up and spun via machine while its sanded and repainted.
I had mine fixed and couldn't be more happier
is that per wheel or up to 4? usually fixing curb rash isn't more than $80/rim
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I believe its 179 per wheel; depending on its paint finish. Its not a bad price if you have time constraints; they go to you.
I've priced other places that require you to bring your wheel, or car off overnight~ they actually charge between $150-225 per wheel .
if you can find a place to do it for $80 each wheel, I say do it.
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I believe its 179 per wheel; depending on its paint finish. Its not a bad price if you have time constraints; they go to you.
I've priced other places that require you to bring your wheel, or car off overnight~ they actually charge between $150-225 per wheel .
if you can find a place to do it for $80 each wheel, I say do it.
I'll find out how much RimDoc charges tomorrow. In the past, it was $80/wheel and they came to my place to fix.
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