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Re: bent wheel repair
Really??? I took my slightly damaged BBS OEM wheel from my 200Q there a
couple years ago. He sent it to Texas for $150. When it came back, it
looked OK, but the clear coat began peeling immediatley. He sent it back to
Texas after telling me that the guy was really upset to hear about the
problem since he does wheels also for some really 'important' customers from
around the country. After 2 years the clear is coming off again and the
wheel looks like s--t. So, unless things have changed, I'll avoid that place.
'91 200TQ (and I need to fix my wife's 2 bent ovloV wheels)
At 12:48 AM 12/14/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Try CP Hubcap and Wheel in Colorado Springs. He'll do the
>work via mail or UPS. $25 per wheel is his current rate. He
>did some of mine, and I'm very pleased with the results.
>Beats the $75 price I had been paying.
>CP Hubcap & Wheel
>827 West Colorado Ave.
>Colorado Springs, CO 80905
>Usual disclaimers and don't bother mentioning my name cause
>he probably won't remember me anyway. I only mention it
>cause I was very pleased with the quality of work, service
>and the price.
>> From: ZZracing <ZZracing@aol.com>
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Cc: 20V List <email@example.com>
>> Subject: bent wheel repair
>> Date: Saturday, December 13, 1997 1:37 PM
>> A pot hole opened up in front of me the other day - one
>of my new Borbets fell
>> in with great force and is now bent. Anyone have any
>experience with having
>> wheels repaired and trued? If so, by whom? Thanks in
>> Dave Zube
>> 90 20VQ