Yes, Wicked Wheels have specialist insurance for moving vehicles, working on them and repairing wheels as well as the statutory employees and public indemnity insurance.
No, we don`t recommend straightening or welding wheels. It is always best to replace. It is easy to cover over a crack by welding but the wheel will still have a weak spot.
On average a wheel takes 1 to 2 hours.
Yes. Once the wheels are on the car, the vehicle is ready to go.
The wheels are repaired, reprimed, painted and lacquered, baked and refitted to your car.
Your wheels will not need rebalancing as we do not remove the tyre completely, the tyre is pushed away from the rim so we can repair the kerb damaged. The tyre is inflated afterwards in the same position so as long as your wheels where balanced when we started then nothing we do will effect the wheel.
Split rim wheels come in many different styles so we need to asses each wheel individually. Bolted split rim wheels are easier to refurbish than riveted wheels. We can also supply a range of split rim bolts and rivets for many styles of wheel.
Machine polished wheels have very faint lines on the polished surface, similar to grooves in a record or CD. Painted silver alloy wheels usually have a fine metallic sparkle finish.
To refurbish a diamond cut wheel, we require your wheels for around 7 days. We offer a collection and delivery service.