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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS General Discussion Discussion, Repairing Wheels in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; I scraped my 2012 18 inch alloy wheels on a curb. Can they be cleaned up/repaired?...
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    Mtneer is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Repairing Wheels

    I scraped my 2012 18 inch alloy wheels on a curb. Can they be cleaned up/repaired?

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    mwhitted is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    You Bet! Do a google search for Alloy Wheel repair, or talk to your local BMW, Mercedes, Cadillac dealer. They will have someone that comes to their dealerships and does repairs on the spot. I've had a couple repaired over the years. They know the paint codes of each wheel and my experience has been a perfect match. I did have to have them send off some Mustang wheels that had machined faces because their mobile trailer wasn't equipted to the the machining. Expect $100-200 wheel depending on the damage and 1-2 hours and you'll be back on the road. Kind of like paintless dent removal. It's a small price to pay to not see the dent or scrape everyday.

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    $75.00 in Miami. I called my dealers cadillac repair shop and they referred me to who they use.

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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    dreiloft, which repair shop did they referred you to? I have a 2011 Black CTS.

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    $75.00 in Miami. I called my dealers cadillac repair shop and they referred me to who they use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saulcts
    dreiloft, which repair shop did they referred you to? I have a 2011 Black CTS.
    In Hialeah, Palmetto expressway and Okajobee. . Don't remember the name, that was in 2011 with my 2010 cts 4 door. I will call the dealer and let you know the name.

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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    Hey, Saulcts, nice of you to come out of the woodwork and join in the conversation!

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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    Saulcts, just had my friend at the body shop get me 2 for my cts---keystone wheels, Miami----2- 17 inch exchanged-----they brought them from Miami to st. lucie county, took my 2 scraped ones back for $150 each.

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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    Thanks for the information and suggestion. My dealer does have someone.

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    Re: Repairing Wheels

    Hey, tinman, thanks I'm right here..

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    Hey, Saulcts, nice of you to come out of the woodwork and join in the conversation!

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