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Old 09-16-2009, 08:09 PM   #1
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rim/wheel repair

I was searching for rim repair shops due to an encounter with a curb. Not much up in NOVA, but on a different forum this person has good reviews. Here is info if anyone needs it.

Rim Repair Review

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Some of you may have probably used this guy's services, but for those that haven't read below:

Did some researching on Rim Repair for the Northern Virginia area, and came down to Ye Olde Wheel Shop, and Mr. Brian Dean of Wheel Pro. Seeing that Brian works the NOVA area, and is mobile (can come to your place) I called him up. He came over to my home in the McLean area with his gear and did a fantastic job fixing some curb rash on my stock OEM 19's on my M3, with refinishing the entire rim. The wheel looks good as new, and I can't even see where I had the curb rash anymore.

Nice guy, easy to set up an appointment, and I would recommend. He charged $150 for the one wheel and his contact info is below:

The Wheel Pro
Mr Brian Dean
(c) 703-408-7501
(o) 888-659-8232

506 Shaw Rd #316
Dulles, VA, 20166

He offers cosmetic wheel repair and refinishing for:
painted wheels
machined wheels
polished wheels
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:11 PM   #2
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Wow thanks Edog!!!
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:30 PM   #3
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I was searching for rim repair shops due to an encounter with a curb. Not much up in NOVA, but on a different forum this person has good reviews. Here is info if anyone needs it.

Rim Repair Review

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Some of you may have probably used this guy's services, but for those that haven't read below:

Did some researching on Rim Repair for the Northern Virginia area, and came down to Ye Olde Wheel Shop, and Mr. Brian Dean of Wheel Pro. Seeing that Brian works the NOVA area, and is mobile (can come to your place) I called him up. He came over to my home in the McLean area with his gear and did a fantastic job fixing some curb rash on my stock OEM 19's on my M3, with refinishing the entire rim. The wheel looks good as new, and I can't even see where I had the curb rash anymore.

Nice guy, easy to set up an appointment, and I would recommend. He charged $150 for the one wheel and his contact info is below:

The Wheel Pro
Mr Brian Dean
(c) 703-408-7501
(o) 888-659-8232

506 Shaw Rd #316
Dulles, VA, 20166

He offers cosmetic wheel repair and refinishing for:
painted wheels
machined wheels
polished wheels
Thanks for the info, I'll give him a call
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