Wheel Repair Shop Recommendation?

Streetfighterkz

Been Around the Block
I just bought a set of RC Component spun aluminum rims from eBay yesterday. The front has a slight bend in the lip per one of the pictures. Before hitting the BIN button I was researching repair costs and it seem like $150-200 is the normal range.

Does anyone have recommendations for a reputable and good repair shop?

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Later, Doug
 

Streetfighterkz

Been Around the Block
I received the wheels in yesterday and unboxed them today. The bend is very slight like shown in the original picture. It shouldn’t take much to reshape it, just need to know where to send it….

Later, Doug
 

pidjones

Over 1,000 Posts
Did you try Google? I'd call for wheel repair shops nearby. Should be one no farther than St. Lew or K.C. Anyone that repairs auto rims should be able to do a good job.
 

Rider52

Over 1,000 Posts
Woody's Wheel Works in Denver, Colorado might be the closest. They did a rare & expensive Harley wheel for me a while back. It was a flat $200 for the repair.
 

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