Alloy Wheel Repair

The staging area at the repair facility.To capitalize on this trend, manufacturers have begun to change their styling to appeal to consumer demand for larger and flashier wheels, equipping even everyday vehicles like SUVs, compact cars, vans and motorcycles with larger-diameter alloy wheels.

While they look great, alloy wheels present a problem. Wheels from European manufacturers like Volvo, as well as 2- and 3-piece wheels, like BBS, tend to be soft and are more easily damaged. When they are damaged – bent or curbed, among other potential issues – do you need to completely replace them?

Replacing your wheels – through a dealer or local performance wheel shop – can cost hundreds of dollars and take days, depending on the … Read the rest

Keep Wheel Wells Clean

Before starting with this particular job, remove the tyre and wheel from the axle to manage a proper and thorough clean. Many people make it a monthly task to keep this part of the car clean. The chances of grease and dust particles getting embedded are quite high; which could make for an unpleasant drive in the future. This might not cause any major damage but any dust particles in the mechanisms would be noticed.

Many people prefer to do a simple wash with a high pressure hose because it takes less time. There is no problem with this type of wash but it won’t be good enough if you are going to add a coating of paint to protect … Read the rest

Wheel And Tire Maintenance For SUV

Getting your SUV perfectly cleaned on a local car wash is a great idea. However, the only drawback of it is the cost that you would be spending in a car wash. Why go to a car wash if you could clean your wheels by yourself, right? So here are some few guides in effective cleaning and maintenance of your vehicle’s wheels and tires.

Before we proceed to the cleaning session, first you should know the factors that made your wheels and tires unpleasant. Whenever you use your SUV for a long travel or even in a short trip, dust particles attack the surface of your wheels. Other unwanted dirt on your wheels and tires include road tars, mud, and … Read the rest