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Was in a rush to park and catch my bus to work, got a little too close to the curb and damaged the passenger rear rim, any possible DIY ideas on repair ?

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I actually just spoke to a shop in Brooklyn, Gloss or matte black powdercoating for $125, he said not to worry about the curb rash, they will fix that as well.

Might just hold out and change up the color, think it may look sweet on my Dyno blue pearl coupe.

They would fix the curb rash for $80 but with paint :/
 

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Same happened to me. Scratched about an inch on the rear passanger rim. Charged me 50$ over here in los Angeles,CA. . At a place where they just powdercoat and custom paint rims.

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Lucky you just scratched it and didn't bend the whole rim. Some color powder coated rims would looks nice against the blue though!
 
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