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Refurb Fuchs Alloys

Jeff Aynsley
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2019/08/03 15:41:03 (permalink)

Refurb Fuchs Alloys

I need my alloys doing on my 79 SC Targa
Have only seen "early 911" people doing it - who are a long way from me (im in Newcastle) and it looks expensive
They say they re-annodise them but dont really understand what that entails???
Thanks in advance

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graham tompkins
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Re: Refurb Fuchs Alloys 2019/08/03 23:15:40 (permalink)
Have a look on impact bumpers forum...lots of info there.
yes it can be expensive depending on how far you want to go 
re-anodising is the original finish on the rim, basically a Matt silver finish which is very hard wearing . 

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