Rev. Mark McDowell
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As an adventurous Scotsman I am both keen to try things myself and like to do so as cheaply as possible. All joking aside, if you have some basic skills and patience, you can do the wheels yourself.
I simply scrubbed, degreased, and power washed mine, then scuffed the whole thing with fine sandpaper and degreased again. Primer, base coat of silver, PAINSTAKING taping process, and gloss black. (Can't find any pictures of the taped wheels). As with most jobs, the preparation is what takes the most time.
If I can help, let me know.
Rev. Mark S. McDowell, Pastor
Abington Baptist Church
1501 Huntingdon Road
Abington, PA 19001
On Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 12:06:55 PM EDT, Daniel Commale via groups.io <chryslerman15@...> wrote:
I received a quote from Sports Car Tire in Wilmington, Delaware. They gave me a quote of $700 to recondition the 4 wheels and mount new tires. This included making sure the wheels were “true“. They also sandblast and powder coat the wheels.
On Thursday, August 25, 2022, 11:53 AM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb@...> wrote:
Just need the hub cap and Reverend Mark has one.
Thanks Ryan. Roger
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
Sent: Thu, Aug 25, 2022 11:46 am
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Used Rostyle wheels
I and a few others took our wheels to Bonehead performance. The blasted my wheels for a believe $60 each but if you bring it to them or call them they are very helpful and will give you a price per wheel. Also RPM in Morrisville will remove the tires and remount them for $15 each.
On 08/25/2022 11:42 AM Jeff Detwiler via groups.io <nsp7919@...> wrote:
I’ve been offered a couple of Rostyle wheels (ref photo). What would be a fair offer?
I am unsure whether they will clean up for a DIY paint job or will they need to be sandblasted and primed (ie. more cost) as to whether they’re worth it.
Has anyone sandblasted a set of wheels recently and what did that cost?