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    1. n00b
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      07-30-2020 11:59 AM #1
      I'm currently running a set of Bathurst wheels on my GTI that I found on Craigslist, all of which have some degree of cosmetic damage ranging from light curb rash to chipping top coats. I'm looking for a shop in the South Florida area (preferably Miami-Dade county) where I could take them to get them refinished. Also, I have no clue how much something like this costs so if anyone's had experience with this, what should I be expecting to pay? If it's too much then I might just start hunting all over again for another set of wheels.

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    3. Member firstorbit84's Avatar
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      07-31-2020 09:30 AM #2
      Try to diy it. Use a very small amount of jb weld to fill deep scratches and curb rash. Then sand and paint. Otherwise search for a body shop or powder coating shop.
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