Upon delivery I noticed a "ding" in one of my Rado wheels. The dealer had it repaired at local wheel repair company, and now I can't even tell which one had the repair. It was a perfect match for paint color
I was tired last night and hit a curb because I wasn't paying attention. Like an 1/8th of my front driver side wheel is nice and scraped up good. It was dark and I got out and saw it immediately. Hopefully, I can get it fixed fairly cheaply.
There is a guy up in Topeka from awrswheelrepair.com that is going to "fix" it on Thursday for 95$. I will let you all know how well he does and hopefully have a before and after picture I can provide. I know the gray rado wheels on fords official website are like 500$ minimum. So, guess i'm paying 95$ for a lesson learned.
He says he will match the OEM paint and gloss it over and blend it in so it looks new... *fingers-crossed*
I scratched up my front and rear passenger side wheels from a hitting the same curb on my way to work! I swear this curb sticks out extra far or something. I didn't really care at first because I was planning on getting new wheels (to swap out every spring/summer) eventually. But now every time I look at them, it makes me kind of sad lol. Anyone know of any good/cheap repair places in Northeast Ohio?