Lathe repair or smart repair – which option is best?
Diamond cut alloy wheels typically only allow for one or two cuts or treatments on the lathe per wheel. So if there is only minor damage, a smart repair is often the better option. However, if the wheel is suffering from corrosion or extensive damage, we’d recommend a full re-cut. The diamond cut alloy wheel refurbishment needed is also dependent on the design and where the damage is.
We offer diamond cut alloy wheel refurbishment for smart repairs and full diamond cutting as a mobile service and can recommend which service is the best for you. So if you need diamond cut alloy wheel refurbishment, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.