- "Will my wheels look like new?"
- "Will refurbishing increase my car's value?"
- "Can you refurbish my special edition MOMOs?"
- "Can you colour match my wheels?"
- "Can I have pink wheels?" "I only have a small scuff.. do I have to pay the full amount?"
- "How do you refurbish wheels?"
- "Do you lacquer/varnish the wheel?"
- "Can you repair split rims?"
- "Can you refurbish chrome wheels and polished metal wheels?"
- "Can you repair leaky split rims?"
- "Can you refurbish diamond-cut rims?"
- What about Porsche Wheels - Split Rims
- "What kind of damage can you repair?"
- "Can you repair dented/cracked wheels?"
- "Do you take the tyres off?" - "Can you fit tyres?
- "How long does alloy wheel refurbishment take?"
- "Do you come to us?"
Porsche & BMW wheels - Split Rims
We seem to be seeing rather a lot of split rim wheels on Porsches 911s that have various levels of corrosion - mainly on the rims but occasionally on the main part of the wheel. These need to be dealt with as as shown on our split rims page. Similar corrosion can sometimes be found on the wheels of BMW 'M' cars.
When the corrosion is around the studs, it needs to be split and the alloy part of the wheel chemical dipped or bead blasted. For this, contact AlloyArt's
As the finish of the rims is polished bare metal, any
damage or corrosion needs to be removed by grinding and then polishing on
special machines. This is also true of Magnesium wheels which are fully polished
There are engineering companies which can restore your wheels to an original condition by fitting replacement trims - For this please try www.alloyart.co.uk or www.alloywheelrepairs.net.
Polished metal is very vulnerable to damage and corrosion, lacquered metal wheels have no primer to help the lacquer key to the metal, so are prone to having the lacquer peel off or bubble up. And studs also tend to tarnish.
and we'll tell you if we can do it. Then just call and book in!