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Re: refinishing rims WAS: Bay area listers
Hey guys, finally one I have some experience with!
Rather than sand-blasting wheels, they should be glass-beaded. Less
aggressive than sand.
The paint you want is the OEM from Germany. (http://www.wirth.com)
Nice, easily manageable paint. I've even had a local wheel refinisher tell
me he switched to Wirth after I brought some in for hiim to try.
Best of luck to you,
Renton, Washington USA
'87 4kcsq - 181k
'83 Ur-q - 69k (up on blocks)
----- Original Message -----
From: Livolsi, Stephane <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I too was thinking of getting my original rims refinished. Anybody
> BTDT? anybody have ideas about what the possibilities are? My car has
> the original turbo rims but they are a bit nicked and chipped.
> Stephane Livolsi
> 180 Yorston St
> Williams Lake, BC, V2G 3Z1
> ph 250-392-2637
> fax 250-392-2693
> '86 5KTQ stock (if you don't know what it means, you aren't in the club)
> >From: Gaidos, A.[SMTP:email@example.com]
> >I am wondering if any of you have any experience getting rims refinished.
> >am buying a set of speedlines for my 90q20v and they are in need of some
> >cosmetic work. I am hoping to find a place that has resonable rates to
> >refinish. Otherwise in the end I'll pay just as much to buy a
> >set. Any recommendations of suggestions?
> > To save money maybe I'll have them powder coated black ... that sounds
> >Anton J. Gaidos, III
> >1991 200 quattro 20 valve Turbo
> >1990 90 quattro 20 valve
> >1985 quattro Turbo Coupe