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Where can I have bent rims repaired?

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Geno
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I replaced the tires on my 2006 GT and shortly afterward I noticed vibration as if the balancing was not done correctly. I brought the car back and they (a Mazda dealership) said, and showed me, that 2 of the aluminum rims were bent. They said the rims can be repaired - any suggestions on where I can have the rims repaired?    


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Goober
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There is a place in Bath, PA called Wheel Collision Center 610-837-8792.  I have not done business with them but heard good things about them.

You can check their website.  You can find replacement costs and also trade in costs for comparison.

I suggest you get a price quote/estimate for repairs BEFORE you agree to have work done.


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Miata Mike
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Don’t know what area you are at. I had some of my wheels fixed at Straightens Wheel Repair in Lansdale. Did a great job.

First Miata. Blue 2006, 2.5L, FM Stage 2 suspension, 6MT


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Geno
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@goober Thanks very much for the information.


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Geno
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@miata-mike Thanks for the information. BTW, I am in the Stroudsburg area.


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John Matras
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If you haven't had your wheels fixed yet, I'll give an A+ to Wheel Collision. I had two bent rims repaired from my Omni GLH Turbo, so you know how long ago that was, and the wheels looked like new, so good in fact that it made the other wheels look bad. More recently I had curb scraped a rim on my CX-5 and they fixed it

 

It was expensive--$350, if I remember correctly, but still cheaper than replacing the wheel. And there's a baseline for them because it's really the whole wheel they're repairing.


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