Alloy Wheel Refurbishment
The effect of a damaged wheel can go beyond just appearance, with poor handling, reduced tyre life and significant impact on resale value. Feefy Design can ensure your fast return to perfection.
Whether your rim needs paint repair or machining, we’ll have them like looking new. With all services available in-house, we can re-roll your wheel for a flawless finish. Scratched and gouged wheels can be refurbished to new, or with your own custom colour.
Diamond Cut Service
Diamond coated wheels service available from 75-350mm diameters only. Other sizes available on request.
Brake Caliper Refurbishment
Here at Feefy Design we can repair your brake caliper, at the same time we can also change the colour and add detail touches to your brake caliper to give it that extra special finishing touch. Whether you know it or not, when you replace your brake caliper(s) through a garage or you buy them from main dealer or an part factors, it is almost guaranteed to be a caliper that has been re-manufactured by a company who does millions of them each year. You probably think they are new, but they are actually several years old at least (vehicle depending).
There is nothing wrong with this, in fact you are contributing to saving the planets resources, so actually this is great! However, now imagine a company re-manufacturing 1 million calipers per year, if you they are able to save £1 per caliper on using cheap caliper parts, the company makes an extra £1,000,000 per year. Still a good option?
Alloy wheel repair requires understanding of surfaces, metals, materials and their properties.
There are some types of damage which we cannot fix for you such as ; cracked wheels or buckled wheels. We do not consider it to be safe and roadworthy and do not perform repairs on heavy structural damage .
Methods we use
Alloy wheels can come in many types of finishes.
Some of these include – chrome plated, painted , pure alloy , powder coated, machined and some are combinations of these eg.( shadow chrome, 2 tone etc ).
Each of these has a different process and labour time. We will advise you on what is the best method to repair your alloy wheels when you contact us.