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      07-13-2013, 01:20 PM   #1
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Rim scuff

Hit a curb this morning like an idiot and got curb scuff on my black m359 ag wheels.... What's the best way to get it out and anyone know the paint code of their matte black wheels?
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I just noticed a mark on my wheel (same as yours). Which is weird since I don't remember ever curbing. I think I hit a small pot hole or something and the edges hit it. Hate these chicago pot holes.
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I'd recommend calling a wheel repair specialist to fix some rash. Some are mobile, and can mix up some paint on the spot to get a good match. You'd want the area smoothed out first before applying any paint though.
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