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Hoping one of you fellow DMLers can help point me in the right direction...

Was told there is 'a guy' in Maryland who's good at fixing a damaged alloy wheel (rim bent/damaged when I hit a massive pothole with a car - Saab Viggen).

He's supposed to have an ad in AutoTrader (and, perhaps, CycleTrader).

If anyone knows of or has heard of a shop/person there with the reputation for good work, please reply or PM me offlist.

Thanks in advance,

Gene
 

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we use a guy called "Wheel Doctor" here at work....not sure if they have a storefront or a way to deal with customers direct....but the number is 301-253-5200....and they do not do motorcycle wheels!
 

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If the wheel is cracked, and you or the repairer don't test for it or otherwise notice it, the consequences could be severe. Check out this article from the Audi site: http://www.audiworld.com/news/01/wheelrepair/content.shtml. If your chosen repairer isn't as careful as these guys, I'd think twice about having them repair the wheel.
 
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