HOW WE DO IT
Wheels can look irregular with abrasions, though this may be the result of contact with foreign materials like rocks or grates. If you see your vehicle"s wheels are uneven (bending) or that the metal is showing through, then it is time for a refinished wheel.
Remanufacturing a wheel typically involves stripping the old paint or finish, repairing any damage such as cracks or missing metal, and then applying a new coat of paint or finish. In some cases, the wheels may also be resized to better fit the vehicle.
Our wheel welding service is for wheels that have small cracks on the wheel lip or the back barrel within the safety bead limit. Wheels are carefully inspected prior to welding and must meet our “safe to repair” criteria.
If it passes our safety criteria, a certified wheel technician will first arrest the crack and then weld it so that the mended area is actually stronger.
Precision computerized machine tools enable AWRS to safely trim the repaired surfaces of a rim without affecting the strength. Such machining is done to smooth out welded areas and to enhance the original finish of the wheel. All wheels requiring machining are inspected and must meet our “safety to repair” criteria.
Powder coating is a finishing process that offers a far more superior finish than alternative finishes like paint. Powder coat offers greater durability, impact resistance, and improved wear characteristics in comparison to other finishing options. In addition to the improved durability, powder coating is offered in a great variety of finishes including basic gloss, semi-gloss, and flat finishes. There are thousands of colors available to choose from and if a specific color is needed then custom color matches can be made to match.
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