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Rim Damage


GrandLake
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Hit curb, tore chrome overlay.  Can this be repaired?  I didn't really want these on my 6.2 SLT Premium Package, and wanted the rims that came w/ the 5.3, but dealer wanted too much to swap.  I don't like a 2-part overlay.  

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On 1/6/2019 at 8:26 AM, GrandLake said:

Hit curb, tore chrome overlay.  Can this be repaired?  I didn't really want these on my 6.2 SLT Premium Package, and wanted the rims that came w/ the 5.3, but dealer wanted too much to swap.  I don't like a 2-part overlay.  

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Not repairable. Which wheels are you looking for? 

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