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they quoted me $125 each (so 250 total) and they would need them 3-4 days.
When i asked if they had to sand it down, or do anything that would make them look smaller than stock off-the-floor look, they said no.
I dont know alot about fixing wheels, but how are they going to fix it if they dont sand off the grinded part... and how are they going to replace and "fix" the nice indented curve i have in those spots, without making the overall wheel smaller?
Ya, they should clean it up really good. Probably score it, then use a bondo-like compound that adheres to the metal. Once it dries, its sanded down and molded perfectly to be even with the rest of the rim. And I guess they'll paint it too. There's a really good BMW curb rash fix online somewhere, I think on Autopia.org. You could definetely do it yourself. I will this summer since I got some rash too.