[200q20v] Re: [s-cars] wheel fixing
ikessel at amexol.net
Thu Sep 13 14:52:10 EDT 2001
On Thu, 13 Sep 2001 14:57:26 -0400 copley one wrote:
> for those of you following the Krumins S6 wheel saga, one of the
> (well-pedigreed) 17 inch Borbet C wheels was saved, the other one is
> history. (I dented both right side wheels in an incident on the way back
> to CT from The Glen last month.)
> I first sent the wheels to Wheelcraft, a well-known wheel shop in CT
> that many of the dealers and highline facilities use. They didn't even
> try to fix them, said they were too bent.
> I then sent them to RimPro in Mass via a recommendation from the
> RimPro was thoroughly professional, answered every phone call, and very
> affordable. After a day and a half on the machine, they saved one wheel.
> looks great, back on the car. I dealt with a guy named Tom Merrifield,
> who also said they can source many of the wheels on the market and give
> col hard facts regarding materials, strength, weight, etc..
> I highly recommend RimPro . Tel: 888-2-rim-pro.
> Paul K (1995.5 S6)
I am in your shoes this very moment. Wheel Collision in Bath, PA has just
straightened up and refinished my severely bent both on the inside and on
the outside 17x8 Avantgarde. It is en route and should arrive tomorrow.
The total was $180 + $20 shipping. Yeah, rahter steep.
How bad was your damage? How much did you pay? Did they refinish it too
or just rolled it?
two turbo quattros
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