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There's a tiny nick on the lip of one of my Boss 338 wheels. It really isn't noticeable unless one looks for it, but I know it's there & it's like a small pebble in my shoe.

I'm hoping to simply have someone smooth it over without spending $100+. Any recommendations or suggestions?

Thanks!
 

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If it is just plain aluminum, and if you have access to a compressor, use an abrasion wheel in 1 or 2 inch and just blend it in, but if it is painted/powder coated, your screwed! :(
Sorry!

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NW Wheelkraft does good work. Google it. They are in the 'couv, but will bring their mobile unit to your vehicle. I had them fix all 4 of my rims on my Colorado Xtreme before I sold it. Looked great!
 
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