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      08-12-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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Curb rash repair

4 years and no curb rash. However, today i had to avoid a suv who turned really close to me. I had to slightly move over, and that's when i felt the rear tire rub. Its not that bad, just bothers the hell out of me. Does anyone know where to get it repaired in Northern New Jersey? I am going tomorrow to Prestige BMW and see what they recommend. THANKS.
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      08-14-2012, 01:49 PM   #2
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Just do a search on the .net for rim repair in your area and see what comes up. I hate that happened to you. good luck
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Keystone/LKQ sells recon (oem only) wheels for like $125. Ive had one on my car for 2 years now still looks good. There will be a core charge if you dont give up your old wheel.
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