Gutter rash, alloy wheel scratches, mag wheel chips and scratches, curb damage? The Wheelman® can fix your alloy wheels typically within 24 hours. Simply send a photo and we’ll do the rest. Our mobile alloy wheel repair service can take the pain out of your alloy wheel damage quickly and with no fuss. We come to your home or office and repair the damaged wheel on the spot – that’s right, wheels while you wait!
We are Australia’s most competitive wheel repairer and we come to you. Could it be any easier?
Machine faced wheel damage? Most repairers will tell you your wheel requires to be put in a lathe.
Call us to discuss our mobile option and save you time and dollars. We provide a convenient and cost effective solution because we come to your home (or business) and repair the damage to your alloy wheel wheel on-site. Be it curb rash or machined wheels. Where this is not possible, The Wheelman® offers our workshop in Tempe NSW, where our CNC machine and paint booth are utilised to bring your alloy wheels back to new condition.
From Mercedes Benz, BMW, Jeep, HSV, Audi, Porsche, Holden, Ford, Nissan, Volkswagen, Land Rover, Toyota, Citroen, Rolls Royce, Jaguar, Mini, Skoda and more, The Wheelman® understands the secret to unlocking each type of wheel and repairing it to ‘just like new’. The mag wheel repair process requires years of expertise, the correct tools and quality paints, otherwise the attempted wheel refurbishment will look worse that the original damage.
At The Wheelman® all our technicians are armed with a spray painting apprenticeship, their trade certificate and 10 + years experience in spray painting. We then take that experience and train them in the wheel repair business. Our wheel repair model has taken years of development and this allows us to be confident with providing a warranty.
Wheels are all very different and it takes a level of expertise to get your wheels looking ‘just like new’. For example, most wheels are painted and the finish you see is actually silver paint not aluminium alloy. Some wheels are polished, some are machined finished, and some are chrome wheels. You cannot repair these different finishes the same way – each wheel type must be treated and repaired using differing methods.