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Old 08-23-2010, 12:07 AM
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does anyone know of a place around the lexington area that can repair rims. I have a sharp set of rims that need to be rechromed and repaired just a little. thanks for the help
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Out of curiosity, are the rims aluminum or steel?
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Might try talking to a tire shop. They may have a source for repairing the wheel.
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here they are i got the back ones on the truck but i want to have all 4 of them fixed and rechromed.
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When you say fixed, what is wrong with the wheels besides the finish? I like that style rim personally. One option but not sure what scheme you are going with for your truck is to have the wheels powdercoated. I can ask my wife's grandfather as I am sure he knows of someone in your area that does that work. He lives in Versailes.
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When you say fixed, what is wrong with the wheels besides the finish? I like that style rim personally. One option but not sure what scheme you are going with for your truck is to have the wheels powdercoated. I can ask my wife's grandfather as I am sure he knows of someone in your area that does that work. He lives in Versailes.
that would be great. one of the rims has a minor crack on the back nothing serious but before it gets worse i wanted to get it fixed and have all of them either powder coated or chromed. i couldn't turn down the deal i got all 4 rims and the tires on the back for $50.
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