Chilvers Car Body Repairs can repair your cracked alloys
Cracked Alloy Wheels
As part of a routine maintenance plan you should inspect your alloy wheels for cracks every few months or so for your own safety.
There are certain things that must be taken into account in respect of your alloy wheels and their maintenance. Depending on the particular manufacturer your alloy wheel can be slightly softer than their conventional steel counterparts. This means that they are susceptible to damage caused by impact damage or more commonly known as curbing your wheels.
Cracks or stress fractures can occur at any time and can be caused by a multitude of reasons and can be harder to detect or notice. Its best practice that if you have a very obvious impact to your wheel you should have this checked out by a professional outlet as the integrity could have been compromised.
As a matter of importance wheel repairs must only be carried out by facilities that are suitably qualified to do so, this is paramount as safety is involved. Should you have an impact or if your rims start to develop stress fractures, depending on the severity of the damage, cracks in alloy wheels can be repaired.
Please ensure that you have the locking wheel nuts for your alloys.
Why should you use us to repair your cracked alloy wheels?
We are professionally qualified
We are fast and efficient
We are local to the Suffolk area
All our repairs come with a 2 year guarantee/warranty
We are absolutely determined to provide the best possible Alloy Wheel repairs service in Suffolk
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