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i was thinking of getting some,but didnt see how they would fit well on the 18,s
but sadly now the damage is done,lovely wheels but easy to scuff arrggghhh!!!
 

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I was thinking about fitting these or something like this :thumb:

IMO the Rim Ringz look good but they're more expensive than I anticipated!
Yes, I like the Rim Ringz the best.

Not too expensive at around £11 per wheel which is far cheaper than having just one wheel refurbished........

Al. :thumb:
 

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...on the other hand....if you want to restore your scuffed wheel rims back to new then this video will show you how to do it:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W9jn90VEAY#t=300.6513597


Nice to watch the scuffs disappear before your eyes.....but if they'd fitted rim protectors then all that work may not have been necessary.....;)



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Yes, I like the Rim Ringz the best.

Not too expensive at around £11 per wheel which is far cheaper than having just one wheel refurbished........

Al. :thumb:
Okay, my mistake, I thought they were £45 each! LOL :lol:
Makes sense now after you said £11, I was wondering why on earth anyone would pay £45 for one bit of plastic! :eek:
(Don't laugh at me, I've not been sleeping much lately!)
Thanks for the clarification and I think I’ll get a set :thumb:
 

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...I note they're both based in York and called Rim Ringz UK.....must have decided to set up a separate place just for these rim protectors.

PS: Good to see you can buy singles of some colours so if you badly scuff one then you just buy a single to replace it.


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