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Good wheel shops in New England

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    Good wheel shops in New England

    First off, mods, feel free to move this to wherever's clever. I posted here because I figured it would get the most exposure (and its my home page room).

    My question is, does anyone know where a good shop in RI, MA, or CT is to get my factory 17s refinished? Theres some slight curb rash on 2 of them, nothing deeper than 1/16th of an inch, and I just want to get them all redone and possibly either chromed or polished. Any help is GREATLY appreciated! Also, anyone thats done this, what kind of price range am I looking at? I was gonna just buy new rims and tires, but figured this would be cheaper; I just bought new 235's for the front end, so I would just need the refinishing and rear tires. Thanks for reading!

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    Give Rim and Wheel Works a call. 781-547-5826. They are in Waltham, MA. Easy drive from R.I. depending where you are. Maybe no more than an hour or so. www.rimandwheelworks.com. I've used them before with good success and a fair price. It's been a few years but I can recommend them. Many dealers in the area also use them for dealer repairs.
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    Nice, thanks Erik. After clicking that link and having it shut down firefox on me, (damn script errors...) I googled them and found the refinishing page. For those prices, I think Im just gonna get new rims.

    And what the hell?! The EPA is in the process of banning chromeplating???? Screw those damn liberals, they need to ban the Hybrid battery production process instead.
    Anyone without a gun and a knife and a handkerchief and a chapstick get the F%$# out of here!

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