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      10-07-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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Question Repairing curb rash on Breyton GTS Matte Grey

So, after 6 months of keeping my wheels curb-rash free it finally happened. Was backing into a parking spot, on the end, trying to get somewhat close to the curb to reduce the chance someone parked right on top of me...a little too close, apparently.

My question is this, given the rough finish on the matte grey GTS, would any kind of wheel repair shop be able to fix the rim? I really don't want to buy another rim, but it is killing me to drive around with this busted-ass wheel.
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