dammit, i was driving to work, this transport truck was comming down the residentail street opposite of me. i was like wtf! hes gonna hit me. soo i start to inch over to get out of the way, sure enough bang i hit the curb with my rear passenger wheel, OMG the curb rash is very minimal but the damn rims are a month old!!!!!!!!!! the face of the rim is ok, just the edge is messed up
should i get it refinished right away or wait till the end of the season?
That sucks man. It should depend on the damage if I would let it repair. Repair it asap when a repair is needed. Later this year the shine or brightness of the rims is maybe less, and a fixed part will be too striking then.
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Originally Posted by Torque
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how bad is the curb rash, i know you said it is minimal, but is it atleast noticeable.. i mean other than if someone looks real close. if it is noticeabe, yea fix it right away, b/c whats the piont of doing it at the end of the season, you will only enjoy it next year
Ill take a pic soon, its bad enough that people will notice up close, but standing within close distance its not too bad, im probably gonna wait till the end of the season just in case something else should happen.
dude, I rashed a rim yesterday for the first time in my life....I was pissed. Luckily I got the set of 5 so a new rim will be on soon. good luck with yours
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