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blazinskunk 06-02-2019 11:26 AM

Wheel repair in NJ?
 
Hey guys,
After driving a 340i for 3 years, I stepped up to a 2018 M3. My dream car. Last night was more like a nightmare however as I curbed my front drivers side wheel. I did some research and apparently the black/machined(silver faced) 437m wheels are very difficult to refinish because the "smoked" clear coat bmw uses. Does anyone know of a shop in northern NJ that can fix it to like new condition? I know this isn't the M3 forum but I figured this forum get way more crows and replies and since the thread is about wheel refinishing perhaps it could help others as well.

luigi524td 06-02-2019 11:37 AM

Many BMW dealers use mobile vendors to correct minor faults on cars they take in for trade or to help their preferred customers. Ask your Sales or Service Advisor or their manager(s) for a referral to one of their shops who they use for such work. Some even have in-house pros who can handle this work. 3-4 years ago I curbed a wheel on my wife's X1 MSport and had it fixed (thru my dealer) for less than $100. I couldn't tell they had corrected the 19" MSport rim - still lcan't tell.
Sorry - but I'm in the country of SOUTH JERSEY so I can't give you a pointer to someone in the "North".

John in VA 06-02-2019 03:49 PM

Try posting on the regional forum - maybe someone there has local experience. Good luck!
https://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=76

adhrp 06-02-2019 07:27 PM

I have heard good things about Crimson wheel repair in Central NJ. Check with them to see if they can handle it.

lamb00j 06-03-2019 12:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by luigi524td (Post 13016973)
Many BMW dealers use mobile vendors to correct minor faults on cars they take in for trade or to help their preferred customers. Ask your Sales or Service Advisor or their manager(s) for a referral to one of their shops who they use for such work. Some even have in-house pros who can handle this work. 3-4 years ago I curbed a wheel on my wife's X1 MSport and had it fixed (thru my dealer) for less than $100. I couldn't tell they had corrected the 19" MSport rim - still lcan't tell.
Sorry - but I'm in the country of SOUTH JERSEY so I can't give you a pointer to someone in the "North".

I second this. I have the wheel and tire package, and i just had my rim corrected (M wheels) 2 weeks ago. They corrected the blemishes and i cant tell. I used my orlando dealer, but just take to the BMW dealer, they will have a repair company that comes around 1-2 times a week. and they dont charge much if you had to cover it. 100 per rim is usual pricing

charlesberry 06-03-2019 06:33 PM

Call Detailer's Domain and ask for a referral. 201-768-1818. Talk to Phil he owns the shop. https://www.detailersdomain.com/


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