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Old 12-11-2011, 07:33 PM   #11
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Do one at a time, then you'll only need one extra alloy.
Do one at a time and use your spare...?
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Old 12-11-2011, 07:40 PM   #12
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Canavans in Lurgan are offering powdercoating alloy wheel refurbing and can turn it around in a day.. have seen one set they did and have to admit they were perfectly finished. worth a try..
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Old 15-11-2011, 01:00 AM   #13
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Do one at a time and use your spare...?
Had thought of this but I do quite a few motorway miles so I'd need to slow down or avoid the motorway.

Moving house in a few weeks so I'm busy with that but I'll probably sort this after Xmas. I have sourced some 18s that I like at a nice price so I may take these of the car, refurb and sell them sometime next year
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Old thread I know, but any new advice?
I've a set of VW helios to get done, and Nu-luk want £486 for this, inc a small weld repair!
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Give Neil a shout at A27 engineering in Tandragee. I've seen his work first hand and its perfection.

As Ronnie said above, Canavans in Lurgan are excellent too. They did the rims on my Exeo and they were fantastic.

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Only man in the country i'd take wheels to get fixed. Unbelievable what he's fixed before & does full painting / powder coating etc etc

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