Repairing cracked alloys
LL - NY
larrycleung at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 11:59:48 EDT 2006
I think they have a facility near Beantown. Many have had good results from
them. It means you will be without for a few days. I haven't dealt directly
with them myself (I've used YeOldeWheel Shop in Md) but the miriads of
listers whom have will most certainly chime in, eh?
LL - NY
On 6/5/06, Andrew Duane <andrew at savaje.com> wrote:
> One of my tires had developed a slow leak lately. It turns out not to
> be the tire, but the wheel. There is a crack about 1.5" long near the
> edge of the bead. What are the chances for welding/repairing this?
> I hate to have to shell out for a new wheel.....
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