CRACKED RIM REPAIR PORTFOLIO

SERVICE OVERVIEW

We can weld many cracked rims using high quality aluminum TIG welding and one of the best TIG welders in the city.

If your wheel is cracked in the middle or on the back side lip (behind the spokes), it can most likely be welded. Because there are many different types of cracks, to see if your wheel is a good candidate to be welded, give us a call 847-433-1900 or email a photo of the crack to rimrepair@gmail.com

Generally, if your wheel is cracked on the front side or has more than 1 crack, it is not a good idea to weld it. Again, check with us to make certain if your wheel can or can not be welded. We will not weld any wheel that we determine to be unsafe or has a high likelihood of cracking again.

If your wheel is NOT a good candidate for welding we can help find you a replacement wheel (See Our Replacement Wheel Page).

Typical turn around time is 2 business days.

Click the YouTube logo or this link to watch one of our Wheel Welding Videos.
In the video, Wheel-Tech demonstrates how to properly prep a cracked rim for welding while giving an in depth look at the multiple steps involved. This video also shows the Mercedes AMG wheel with a machined lip before and after being refinished.

Rim Repair and Refinishing

Note: We will not weld a rim that has more than one crack on it. If your wheel is unrepairable, and it is original equipment, we can probably find a replacement for you. If the wheel is an aftermarket wheel you will have to contact the manufacturer to see if they are still making your model of wheel.

If you have an aftermarket wheel that can not be repaired and are looking for a new set of wheels check out the Wheel Sales Page.

WHY CHOOSE US

We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners in Tucson. We can help you with everything from an oil change to an engine change. We can handle any problem on both foreign and domestic vehicles.

  • We make auto repair more convenient for you
  • We are a friendly and professional group of people
  • We handle a wide range of car services
  • Same day service for most repairs and maintenance
  • We get the job done right — the first time

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