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Wheel Repair Kearney NE

If you have a collision, often you will need to visit an auto body shop for wheel straightening, rim repair or wheel straightening. Depending on the damage and materials used in your vehicle you may need alloy wheel repair or wheel refurbishment.

Kearney Tire & Auto Service Company
(308) 237-5534, 001-2004
801 East 25th Street
Kearney, NE
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Wheel Repair

If you have a collision, often you will need to visit an auto body shop for wheel straightening, rim repair or wheel straightening. Depending on the damage and materials used in your vehicle you may need alloy wheel repair or wheel refurbishment.

Of course, not only a collision can cause wheel damage that requires repair or wheel refurbishment although an accident is the most common reason for wheel straightening. You can have damage to aluminum wheels from brake dust contamination, Clearcoat erosion or just from basic wear and tear of driving. Stone chips and scratches frequently occur and are a common reason for alloy wheel repair. This is particularly true if you live or drive on dirt roads or rural terrain with loose gravel. City drivers may experience what’s known as curb rash and abrasion from hitting curbs as you turn.


An auto body shop can use rim repair to improve scrapes and gouges, as well as bends, dents and cracks. This type of wheel refurbishment does require specialty knowledge. You can find local auto body shop locations to perform wheel repair services, and get your wheels looking like new again. If you need service at your home or business some auto body shops have mobile wheel repair services, particularly for more cosmetic damage that requires aluminum allow wheel repair. This service can help your wheels look factory new by handling scrapes, dents and bangs so that your vehicle not only drives safely, but looks fantastic even after being in a collision situation.

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