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Old 23-11-2004   #1
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Refurb Alloys

ive got the standard fiat cinquecento sporting alloys which are badly marked an kerbed by thre prevous owner, i want sum more alloys prefebly the standard seicento oens but carnt afford brand new and will have to settle foe 2nd hand ones which are hard t find. im wanting to kno if i can rid of teh black marks on the insides of my alloys. a mate reckons wire wool could help but wanted advice first (wont it mark them). i just want t make them look better until i can get hold of sum new ones
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ps any1 know any1 selling 14" or 13" alloys for a cinq or sei.
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you can get a refurb kit from places like motorworld
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How much Dave?
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i not sure i think about 25 just seen threads about them on here before,
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do they accually work, or is it just **** like most things from ****ter world??
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well how much we talking for a refurb of 4 wheel rims?
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aparently its works. you get some gell stuff that goes in the dents that sets hard and 4 tins of wheel paint and 4 tins of laquer,
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Nicholas Lane did his wheels with the kit from halfords. He told me he needed 2 kits per wheel and they are either 25 or 30 each.

Much cheaper for a pro to do it IMO, there was a post a few days ago about someone doing refurbs.
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i know a place but its down here no good if you live in bradford
the thread i read about the kits the person only did 1 wheel and had loads left he was selling the rest of the kit,
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If you take the wheels to any good paint shp they shoudl be able to refurb them for you it costs around 20-30 a wheel with paint etc i had mine done and never looked back
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good stuff, cheers Paul
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thanks ill haev a look around then
can anyone recommend this motorworld then or is it full of ****
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