The cost of a wheel repair starts at $175 per wheel and goes up depending on the damage, size, and finish. Keep in mind that if your wheel is a high-end wheel, the price will be higher than less expensive wheels. Please bring your wheel in to the store so our experts can take a look at it and provide you with a fair and accurate quote.
We are unable to give you an estimate over the phone since the wheel must be thoroughly inspected before providing a quote.
We use state of the art CNC machine technology, which uses hydraulic pressure and heat, combined with the metallurgical skill of our technicians to repair almost any aluminum alloy wheel to factory specifications. This process can be considered to be both an art and a science because it requires a lot of hours of training before a person dealing with wheel straightening is qualified enough to work on customer rims.
While custom wheel rebuilding is limited mostly to alloy aluminum wheels, we can straighten forged, spun, cast or billet alloy wheels. Even though some wheels may seem to be too mangled to be reconditioned and straightened, bring them in, and we'll let you know for sure.
We can straighten steel wheels, as well, however we find that most steel wheels are cheaper to replace than to fix. We strive to check the replacement cost of steel wheels to ensure that our customers know the alternatives available when choosing whether to straighten or to replace their wheels.