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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017 Thread Starter
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Need suggestions on how to fix scraped black wheel

Leaving work yesterday sick af, went to change something on sync and next you know I bounced off the curb. Anyways, got a shadow black '16 with PP, so wheels are black. Front driver's side wheel looks crappy now . Looking for some suggestions on how to somehow hide it?
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I saw this. Got Curb Rash??Repair Alloy Wheels Yourself And Save. | Bavarian Autosport Blog

Personally have never used it, but it might be the answer you are looking for.

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I saw this. Got Curb Rash??Repair Alloy Wheels Yourself And Save. | Bavarian Autosport Blog

Personally have never used it, but it might be the answer you are looking for.
I'll check it out. Thanks

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Try your local Dent Wizard, I had bad rash on my 2015 RS2 they fixed it in a short amount of time and not expensive (dealer paid said about $100). Anyone who has looked at can not tell it was repaired
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Found a place here in KC that will refurbish the whole wheel powder coat and all for $140.

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