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Old 03-26-2007, 11:28 AM
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To all of those fellow members living in and around the Delaware, Maryland, DC, Virginia and surrounding areas, I wanted to share a great experience. A few weeks ago, I put on some new 20s on my X5. And sure enough, I got a 1 cm curb rash a few days later....I called the Rim Doctor and spoke with a guy named Paul. http://www.rimdoc.com/
He was extremely professional and for $75 he came to my house, took the rash out and reapplied clearcoat. For those in need of fixinging their rims, I would highly recommend this inexpensive option as opposed to sending your wheels out of state for repair.

I have no affiliations with the Rim Doctor but I just thought I would share!
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:01 PM
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To all of those fellow members living in and around the Delaware, Maryland, DC, Virginia and surrounding areas, I wanted to share a great experience. A few weeks ago, I put on some new 20s on my X5. And sure enough, I got a 1 cm curb rash a few days later....I called the Rim Doctor and spoke with a guy named Paul. http://www.rimdoc.com/
He was extremely professional and for $75 he came to my house, took the rash out and reapplied clearcoat. For those in need of fixinging their rims, I would highly recommend this inexpensive option as opposed to sending your wheels out of state for repair.

I have no affiliations with the Rim Doctor but I just thought I would share!
Glad to hear about this, because I had to drop my rims off for two weeks last year when I got my "19's freed of curb rash.
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:03 PM
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That's a great service at a good price. I'm sure the more extensive incidents would require dismounting and refinishing, but for the minor damage, this is a good deal. Thanks for the heads-up!
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I understand that Rim Doctor even goes as far as New York
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