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Can slight kerbing on an alloy wheel be "fixed" somehow?


If so, who can do it and how much does it cost

Thanks :beer::beer:
 

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If its not bad and the balance is not out you could do it your self. Bit of filler and paint if not the most alloys can be repaired by specialist. Check your local tyre fitters see if they can recommend anyone.
 

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Most wheel refurbishing places can fix kerbing, a place near me fixed one of my old wheels back to pretty much new and the wheel was a complete mess, as in it had chunks missing :lmao:
 

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Generally you use that chemical metal stuff to repair any missing wheel.

I'd only use filler if it was just the paint thats scratched.
 

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Some small back street garages will repair wheels for you. Mine does it when it gets quiet. He also repairs accident damaged cars.
 
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