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      04-23-2008, 11:42 AM   #1
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Time for a refurb, so....

A call to the Rim Doctor required Various scuffs & rashes have been collected thus;



So, Sean appeared with his fully equipped van and got to work. The pics tell the story.








I had them done a darker silver, and the quality is second to none. It was nice to see a man enjoying his work as well

6 hrs later, sorted, and cheaper than Lepsons

He covers all the south east, i'll put his details up tomorrow.
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How much mate, couple of mine need a furb!
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How much mate, couple of mine need a furb!
55 a rim.
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      04-23-2008, 01:07 PM   #4
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Forgot to mention mate, wheels and car are looking good!

Thats for a whole spray? how much for just a refurb?
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seems great value to me if it includes a full spray
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Nice job

I had two done recently by main stealer 75 plus vat each .two different finishes wrong colour i could moan for ever live and learn

My only advice dont use the guy that they use wheel wizard agent in sussex
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Forgot to mention mate, wheels and car are looking good!

Thats for a whole spray? how much for just a refurb?
Wha??????
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Contact number is ;
Sean, 01268 478037.
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yours were totally sprayed were they not? will it be cheaper just for a furb!
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end of the day carlos they still got to come out i seen one of your back wheels, and i think it would be better to spray the outside rim around then fade it into the wheel i the cha did my one it wasnt much difference 40 to fix the digs and spray and 60 to spray the lot i went with the 40 and looks fine
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yours were totally sprayed were they not? will it be cheaper just for a furb!

55 a rim, how much cheaper do you want? why f**k about doing half a job?
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55 a rim, how much cheaper do you want? why f**k about doing half a job?


yeah fair enough mate. cheers mate
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Roofer, on the last picture it looks like a valve in the centre of the wheel just outside of the bolts. Is it where the cover connects???
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Roofer, on the last picture it looks like a valve in the centre of the wheel just outside of the bolts. Is it where the cover connects???

No, the cover locks into the central hub.
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