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Old 11-04-11, 08:41 PM   #1
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Alloys off today and sent to local guy for sandblasting and respray ,will post up results when i get them back , few blemishes and paint bubbles just hated looking at them ,was going to do a refurb myself but i think a good sandblasting will keep them in good shape for a while.
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On the 407....?
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how much does sandblasting and respray on alloys normally set ya back?



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This place will do any alloy wheel below 20" for 20 each if they are without tyres or 30 if they have to take the tyres off.

City Powder Coaters Ltd. Birmingham. 0121 448 7646.
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On the 407....?
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how much does sandblasting and respray on alloys normally set ya back?
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This place will do any alloy wheel below 20" for 20 each if they are without tyres or 30 if they have to take the tyres off.

City Powder Coaters Ltd. Birmingham. 0121 448 7646.
Tyres off on mine
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Back from the shop , will fit on Saturday , i`m pleased with results , they have a little glitter in them so should get nice sparkle on a sunny day ,
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Back from the shop , will fit on Saturday , i`m pleased with results , they have a little glitter in them so should get nice sparkle on a sunny day ,
very nice do you get sunny days in Northen Ireland
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very nice do you get sunny days in Northen Ireland
29th and 30th of July are meant to be good
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they look good!

must get my "challengers" done is sandblasting the best way to go ?
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Alloys off today and sent to local guy for sandblasting and respray ,will post up results when i get them back , few blemishes and paint bubbles just hated looking at them ,was going to do a refurb myself but i think a good sandblasting will keep them in good shape for a while.
better to bead blast them, but nice one
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