Oh man, sorry to hear
Good thing is you can easily replace it without repairs or paint needed. Trust me, avoid that pain !
I ended up using these guys Alloy Wheel Repair, Mag Wheel Repair - Australia - The Wheel Man - We Come To You
Worked really well. PM me if you would like me to email you before/after photos. Perfect job, except a little bit of overspray on the tyre. They actually fill and airbrush them. Was pretty cool to watch. They come to you and take about an hour.
Only criticism is the dude looked like a graffiti artist, backwards hat and all (lol)...
Pity about the wheels, love the black talledegas!
Edit: Took about 2 hours, and cost $150. Completely worth it IMHO
Last edited by warped_foobie; 08-06-2012 at 10:22 AM. Reason: added price
Hehe, there wouldn't be much need for an elk test if that's all you had to do each time
118TSI Golf DSG
Well, I got my first dent / scratch tonight, just below the drivers side door handle - I openened the door into a exhaust pipe (off all things). A retard tray back land cruiser driver parked way to close to me and i didn't see the pipe protruding (it was quite dark). The first one is always the hardest to digest on brand new car.
The car is in for repair as of today. I have to suffer through a borrowed BMW 335i in the meantime...
GTI | Carbon | Man | 5 door | Leather | 18" Detroit | Bluetooth | MDI | Bi-Xenon
Almost made it to 3 years, until a P-plater decided that a green light meant he could take off without waiting for the cars in front of him to move ! now to go through all the hassles of hoping the repairer can do a decent job......
mk VI GTI, manual, reflex silver, basic