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Aaarg!

I kerbed my beautiful anthracite forged alloy yesterday on my Evora.

Anyone in the Norwich area able to recommend someone to repair it?

:-(

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Owen went to a guy on Aylsham road, and Owen will readily admit to be very very demanding in terms of finish, the guy did what most would consider a good job, but did it a second time to get it to Owen's satisfaction.

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I just scrapped one rear alloy really quite badly (anthracite forged) in a multi story, not happy at all! Is there some one in Surrey who could take a look?

dare I ask how much a new one costs?

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They're about £600 each I think, rears are about 10% more than the fronts.

Got a pic, can it be repaired?

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That can definitely be fixed for lots less than £100 for sure! Take it to Lepsons perhaps?

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Hello mate try Wiked Wheels at Woking. phone Kevin on 01483 302227 M.07765 254854.ive used them before..was very happy and great price..Based in surrey..

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I had my standard wheels coated satin black for about £80 per corner. As that's a whole wheel, I would expect a touch up and repair to be about the same.

Bell and Colvill took care of it for me, but I think they sent the wheels to Spit and Polish which took a few days.

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Hello,

I´ve also damaged one of my anthracite forged wheels. Does anyone know the color code??

Thanx!!

greetings, Martin

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Anyone found any touch up paint for the stealth grey wheels? I am going to keep scuffing them slightly when parking in central London so not worth getting them reconditioned every time, but touching them up would make the marks less obvious.

Thanks

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I managed to shread all around one of my rims whilst moving through the euro tunnel train recently. Downside of having a car with no space saver is the logistics of getting a wheel taken off & sent away to get sorted & being carless for a few days, bit anoying.

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Crap. Hit the inevitable NYC pothole so hard the flange separated from the rest of the wheel.

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:huh: That must have loosen a filling or two!

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The amazing thing is it's held pressure, even at speed, for two weeks.

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teehee, Moxie said Flange :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I'm struggling to believe you are still driving around on that Matt! :shock:

 

Is NYC buying you a new one?

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I know the wheel is round but I just can't help look at that with my head tilted to the left! :lol:

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