Alloy Wheel Welding
Alloy wheels can sustain cracks easily especially when driven over potholes and speed bumps. Larger alloys requiring tyres with lower-profile sidewalls are more susceptible to crack damage.
The welding process: If appropriate, the damaged area will be cut and shaped to receive the weld. It will then be welded inside and out using welding equipment which minimizes the amount of heat transferred into the alloy but with the intention of maximizing the strength of the weld without unduly softening the alloy. We always weld in such a way that the repair is at least flush with the surface of the wheel. The welded area will be machined back to create a seamless finish.
Cost of welding Prices start from £70