[DML] Wheel Repair
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[DML] Wheel Repair

In a message dated 08/21/2005 8:37:24 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
coreysmoo@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Hi.  Fall is coming, so I'm getting into winter project/repair  mode.  
Repairing a rim is one of the things I want to do.  There  is a gouge 
in a spot on the outside edge of my rear passenger side  rim.  I'm not 
sure how it happened, because it was there when I  bought the car.  
Anyways,  can this be filled in and shaped with  bondo?  If so, will 
the bondo crack off when putting the tire back on  the rim?  The gouge 
is on the edge.  I really don't want to buy  a new set of rims because 
the other 3 are fine.  I am rather artistic  and have done plenty of 
sculpting over time, so if it is possible to fill  the gouge with bondo 
and shape it, I am confident it will look  great.
Corey Ooms

There is a wheel repair center (the rim is the outer edge of the  wheel) in 
Maryland called Whellworx. They advertise in the BMW magazines and we  had a 
chapter get together at their facilities. They receive wheels from all  over the 
world and restore them to as new condition. 
Wheel WORX 
8213 Cloverleaf Drive, Millersville, MD 21108 
(410)  969-7282 
Best Wishes,
Mike Pack

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