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Anyone know a good shop that repairs or fix wheel/rim scratches??
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Anyone know a good shop that repairs or fix wheel/rim scratches?? - November 3, 2010, 09:22 AM

Anyone know a good shop that repairs or fix rim/wheel scratches?? I got a spare set of 18's for my 350Z.

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If you want to save a few bucks and the scratches aren't deep, it's not that hard to restore them.

Check this out How To: Wheel Restoration - Maxima Forums
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nice link, my rims are all sorts of effed up now


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ReasonableDoubt, thank you!




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If you want to save a few bucks and the scratches aren't deep, it's not that hard to restore them.

Check this out How To: Wheel Restoration - Maxima Forums
that much labor I would of bought a new set or bought a new car.
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