Alloy Wheel Refurbishment | Diamond Cutting | Central Autopoint Corby

Diamond Cut Alloy Wheel Refurbishment
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We can give you a free no-obligation quote for your wheel refurbishment needs when you fill out our enquiry form at the top of the page. When you purchase a vehicle, you’ll most likely want it to look the best it possibly can. That’s why diamond cut finished alloy wheels are becoming more popular and being fitted to more vehicles. However, the poor state of our roads means that these delicate and perfectly formed wheels can be prone to more damage. This is where we can step in at Central Autopoint. We have the technology to ensure that any damage caused to your precious alloy wheels can be rectified to make your wheels look beautiful once more.

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Wheel Refurbishment Specialists with Years of Experience

• Quality repairs for your diamond cut alloys

• For wheels from 20” through to the 26”

• Paint repairs to damaged alloy wheels

• Minor defects repaired on alloy wheel spokes and rims

Diamond Cut Finished Alloy Wheels

With new modern vehicles, it’s very common to get alloy wheels on your car for an extra stylish exterior. Diamond cut alloy wheels are now becoming more popular than ever as it gives the cars appearance a more defined and sophisticated, high shine finish. As part of the process, these alloys are cut with a machine lathe which leaves a very faint grooved effect which enhances the shiny finish. Prestige brands used to use such cut on alloys, but it is now the case on many car makes including certain BMW, VW and Nissan models, a long with other common makes. Our technology is designed for direct adhesion to bare aluminium, which provides a fast turnaround on work but ensuring we get the results you require to achieve that matches the original wheels.

Why do my diamond cut alloys cost more to repair?

Your diamond cut alloy wheels have been cut to a lathe finish, which means when refurbishments are required, it also requires a lathe refinish. Repairs cannot always be done to the same wheel a number of times, so we need to monitor the wheel to see if it’s accessible. It can sometimes be hard to find a garage that can offer this, as not every workshop will be equipped with the right machinery, which is why it can cost more.

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