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Refinishing Wheels

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Granted everywhere is different, I initially got the name of the guy that my BWM dealer sub-contracts to do their wheels. I used him on my M3's polished aluminum rims, on my wife's car, and have had several friends use the same guy all with amazing results. I have come to find out that essentially all the high end dealerships (Porsche, BMW, Mercedes. Lexus) use the same guy / service. Only difference is that if you call him directly you don't get slapped with the surcharge that the dealership charges you.

I just thought that it was worth it to have a wheel done flawlessly and pay $50, rather than pay $20 for supplies and do a potentially not quite so perfect job. If I lived somewhere else I would check with more discriminating dealerships and see who they use. Also the guy in my area belongs to a franchise which is in a lot of states they have a web site to see who is in your area: http://www.mobilewheelrepair.com/locations.htm . Hope this helps.

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