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      06-10-2012, 12:22 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Wookie420 View Post
If you have a wheel warranty (I do too) I'd go ahead and replace the wheel, no use in taking the chance if it is cracked. As far as powder-coating the new/repaired wheel the guy behind Classic (Alloy Wheel Repair) does pretty good work, but for top-notch work I'd go through Carson @ AutoScope Park Cities. Let him know I sent ya and he'll take good care of you.

Sucks about your wheel though!! I know your pain.
Awesome, thanks. Yeah, I have had cracked wheels "repaired" before on previous cars, and they're never quite the same. I'd rather just have it replaced and re-powder coated. I didn't know AutoScope did powder coating. I'll give Carson a call once I have the new wheel. Thanks!

And Dallas really needs to fix the f###ing roads. It's like driving through a third-world country over here. FFS.
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