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Old 20th March 2017, 20:29   #1
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My ZTT is going to Pro Alloys in Melksham tomorrow for the alloy wheels to be refurbished. My car will hopefully be ready to pick up on Wednesday afternoon. Here are the photos of the alloy wheels before being refurbished, some of the wheels look better than the others but all of the wheels are in need of a refurb.











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Old 20th March 2017, 21:49   #2
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If those are in need of a refurb, mine are in need of open heart surgery

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Gosh...you must be very fussy. I've seen worse for sale listed as 'immaculate'
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It is not overly noticeable in the set of photos, but the wheels look worse in person then in the photos.
Here are a couple more photos which shows some of the problems with bublung psint a bit more clearly. One of the wheels the paint on the inside on the rim has pretty much flaked off.



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Old 20th March 2017, 22:14   #5
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You won't regret it Clyde, it will give the whole car a real lift. As you know, it's the little details that really make the difference.


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They look quite good as they are. I'm sure they'll look amazing when you get them done.
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what colour you going for mate.
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Old 21st March 2017, 06:17   #8
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You won't regret it Clyde, it will give the whole car a real lift. As you know, it's the little details that really make the difference.


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what colour you going for mate.
Pink, Battle Ship Grey maybe
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Old 21st March 2017, 06:29   #10
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I must admit they don't that bad and you could do the work yourself but knowing you as I do, I can appreciate where you are coming from.

As for colour I reckon it will be the same.
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