*Note that due to the parting of the wheels, the net gain of the addition is subject to a cut tolerance of up to 1/8".*
4. If you would like the weld beads finished down, include that on the form. The process is an additional cost per wheel to perform.
5. Check over wheels for any nicks, dings or scratches before sending us the wheels, we want the customer aware of the damage before we begin the work.
All we will need to know is how much you want us to add or remove. Forums are a great place to start or if you have/know of tires that you'd like to use, speak with a tire professional and they can help determine your desired wheel width in relation to those tires. Check all clearances!
Please note that we don't know what our previous customers have done to their cars in order for their wheels to fit. There is much custom work out there! After the wheels leave here we may or may not hear back from them. Please check your clearances before sending us your rims.
Keep in mind our machinery has a cut tolerance of up to 1/16" or 1/8”. This means that if you ask to widen 3", depending upon the wheel, it may end up being 2-7/8" addition.
For any wheel pricing please either E-mail us at James@weldcraftwheels.com OR give us a call at 734-779-1303
No, we do not work with lug nuts or bolt patterns. We simply do wheel widening, narrowing or repair.
With modifications, we will call you at the end of the process with a total including the return shipping. We take credit/debit card over the phone, cash and money orders. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. No personal checks.
No, we do not do any refinish work. no polishing, no painting and no sandblasting, just the modifications and repairs. It is suggested that you do the painting and cosmetic work AFTER the modification is done.
No. We do not modify motorcycle wheels however we can repair them.
We do not modify super snake wheels!
Yes, to finish the welds beads and get a smooth, flush look is an additional $75.00 per wheel.
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