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Scraped my alloys

Keithj057

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had a bit of a mishap with a kerb and scraped my sortiledge black alloys, anyone got on ideas on best paint to use but not sure if the black is a gloss or a satin? appreciate any advice, Thanks
 

Ranjan

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Hi Keith,
Yeah, it's a usual thing, the same happened to me and frustrating. I am hoping someone will give an answer to this, so I can check it ou. I was able to pick up some second-hand wheels from the wreckers, I took the car to the dealer and was quote very high :) but I was able to get some great wheel with the local wrecker which cost even much less. Hoping someone will have a better answer to this.
I was lucky this time to get a wheel for a low price from the local wrecker as mentioned, I am from Melbourne where I picked up from Cash For Cars Melbourne UpTo $69999 with Free Car Removal. Click Now
Also, the other idea would be to check for the local tire dealer and ask him for quote
 

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Yes I did the same kerbed one of my wheels and I have used nail varnish that matched the colour of my wheels not 100% match but it takes your eyes away from the scuffs then in the summer I will have all my wheels refurbished as had a quote of £50 to £60 a wheel so all as good as new...
 
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