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alloy wheel repairs

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by 205man, Dec 26, 2007.

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    [Dec 26, 2007]
    ive just been out and managed to put a graze on my front drivers wheel, it not deep but is about 5-6 inches long.

    i was turning into a carpark space on a hill when i swung in the front slide sideways on a bloody wet argos sale cataloge !!!!!!!!! and went inot a low kerb edging,

    does anyone know some/where i can get it sorted in the midlands, im in worcester

    merry bloody xmas lol that teach me for having to many presents
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    [Dec 27, 2007]
    If it's just a surface graze, fix it yourself. A bit of sand paper to make it nice and smooth, and then get some touch up paint to finish it off.

    I can't remember which colour it is, but one of the audi silvers is a good match for the alloys.
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    Nickynibbles Damn it where's 7th gear when you need it?!

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    [Dec 28, 2007]
    I had one of my alloys done at an Audi main dealer for £65, not a lot more than independants around my area. Had them do it for the reassurance of a match on the paint! Give your local dealer a call & see what they would charge.
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