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#1 (permalink) Old 09-14-2004, 02:26 AM
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So as some of you might have gathered, I bought a used '02 325Ci ZHP about 2 weeks ago. The guy who owned the vehicle said he had a few blowouts on his tires and it chipped the rims all up. I just think that he did not know how to drive and was just constantly hitting curbs. He mentioned to me that BMW would be able to smooth out the rims for like $100 but I did not really believe him. This picture shows the worst part of any of the rims but all four rims do have some damage. Can I really take the rims to BMW and have them smoothed out? Has anyone had this done and if so how does it look afterwards???


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hey, any wheel shop can refinish those rims. not a big problem. set a little money aside and call around to your local shops

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no biggie. wheelworx in maryland do a good job (they did mine).
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