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Old 04-27-2020, 03:04 AM
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Have wheels refinished locally or buy online??

Hello, I have a 1995 C220 with 3 wheels in need of refinishing. Was quoted $175 each locally, but can buy refinished ones online for $114 each at Auto Rim Shop. However, I can't return them without paying for shipping back and 15% restocking fee if I'm not satisfied when they arrive.

Want to make this car looks very good, as close to new as possible, omegle discord xender without needlessly spending lots of extra cash - which I can use on more parts.

I'd like to go NOS - but not at $600 per wheel. It just doesn't make sense when the only thing wrong with mine is curb rash from the previous owner.

Sure would appreciate any info/recommendation you can provide. Edit: And if I do buy refinished online, what should I do with my old wheels?


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Old 04-27-2020, 09:59 AM
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Sell them. Looks like the rim shop is a good deal providing they are a real business with good track record.
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Hello, I have a 1995 C220 with 3 wheels in need of refinishing. Was quoted $175 each locally, but can buy refinished ones online for $114 each at Auto Rim Shop. However, I can't return them without paying for shipping back and 15% restocking fee if I'm not satisfied when they arrive.

Want to make this car looks very good, as close to new as possible, omegle Chatiw Ometv without needlessly spending lots of extra cash - which I can use on more parts.

I'd like to go NOS - but not at $600 per wheel. It just doesn't make sense when the only thing wrong with mine is curb rash from the previous owner.

Sure would appreciate any info/recommendation you can provide. Edit: And if I do buy refinished online, what should I do with my old wheels?
Can I get it free ?

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