Damaged and bent alloy wheels are usually caused by some kind of impact on the wheel, which can be an annoying pot rod on the road, a curb that you don't see, a speed bump you forgot to slow down, and any other type of obstruction. Unfortunately, alloy wheels are not as durable as other types of wheels such as steel wheels, resulting in higher frequency of damage.
In addition to visually obvious damage, finding bent alloy wheels is not always easy. But you will definitely feel it. There are some signs to be aware of, which may mean that your alloy is damaged. Vibration and shaking are usually the first signs you will notice. Damage may cause uneven contact between the tire and the ground, which can cause the car to shake and vibrate. You may also feel that you are losing control of your car. Whether it is the way the steering feels or the general performance of the car. You know your car better than anyone, and any signs of abnormal performance are direct red flags. Another sign you may notice is that your tires are deflating quickly and more frequently than usual.
If you find that the alloy wheels is bent or damaged, you need to repair it as soon as possible. Replacing alloy wheels can be very expensive and usually unnecessary. Instead, you can straighten them! Straightening alloy wheels is an economical and quick solution to this problem.
There are several different processes for straightening alloy wheels, including cold roll technology and hydraulic assist technology. Alignment of alloy wheels needs to be carried out by professionals. This process usually takes about 35-40 minutes to complete the repair.
In addition, the wheels sometimes crack. Cracked alloy wheels show visible cracks in the alloy. Cracked alloys are usually caused by curbs, potholes, or uneven roads. Cracked alloys are usually more serious than worn alloys, but most cracks can be repaired by professionals. After the repair, you may find that there is some wear on the surface of the wheel, then you will need a wheel repair machine to help you restore the luster of the wheel surface.
Crystal alloy wheel diamond cutting and refurbishment service involves us refurbishing your alloy wheels on a professional alloy wheel CNC lathe.
The surface layer of the wheel is cut and removed from the wheel, revealing the natural aluminum luster and the lines of the CNC lathe. Then use a paint coating to protect the alloy wheels to ensure that the finish lasts and your wheels remain beautiful.
If you have a diamond cutting wheel, it is relatively easy to find, the surface looks very shiny, like a bare alloy, there are very faint lines under the paint, and the inside of the spokes usually have different colors. You can see the beautiful effect of professional diamond cutting surface treatment on your alloy wheels with your own eyes.