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ANYWAY the question - the car was in a rollover and two of the stock alloys were slightly damaged. A third had a scratch that he says he thinks happened at the same time; the shop is replacing that too. They're giving him the "damaged" ones. Of these, one has a tiny scratch (it's fine) and two from the side on which the car rolled have bent lips although the shape seems to have remained the same. There might be other damage (we won't see them for a few days) but it seemed to be relatively minor.
He asked for them back thinking that he might be able to get them fixed, buy a 4th, and have a good set of winter tire/rims out of the deal.
Questions would be,
- has anyone had alloy rims fixed/refinished before?
- is it worth trying or should he just junk the bent rims?