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I've got a scratch on my rim, not too bad, just want to make it less noticeable. What's the best way to fix it? Any way to just do it myself? It's just a stock alloy wheel.
 

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shrek said:
Terrific link, thanks for pointing that out! I have curb rash almost exactly what is pictured on the Porsche, and I have an appointment with the dealer to take care of it, probably cost around $150. I think I'm going to keep the appointment, but it's good to know there is a home remedy that looks like it's pretty straightforward!
 

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bangkokiscool said:
shrek said:
Terrific link, thanks for pointing that out! I have curb rash almost exactly what is pictured on the Porsche, and I have an appointment with the dealer to take care of it, probably cost around $150. I think I'm going to keep the appointment, but it's good to know there is a home remedy that looks like it's pretty straightforward!
Any time ,I am glad it helped :thumb:
 

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Yes the paint matches 100%... I've used it on my stock rover wheels as well as my porsche wheels. Matches dead on.
 
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