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    GSR Blade Material & Repair

    Hey guys, so the a spoke on two of my GSR Blades have a tiny crack.. I wanted to have someone weld them because I'm not great at it yet, but I don't know what metal the wheels are made of.

    Also does anybody on here weld well? I'll pay you.
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    ..and before anyone says it.. I know Hub Cap Annie could repair them. I talked to them and I'm not a fan of the price lol
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    Yeah Hubcap Annie's is a joke, their quality and price is a complete joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeceetwofreak View Post
    Yeah Hubcap Annie's is a joke, their quality and price is a complete joke

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    Their welding is bad too? I saw your post about them
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    I don't know about the welding, but the paint on my BBS's is chipping away because they sand blasted them and didn't prime them in anyway, just painted. They just do a half ass job, and customer service is the least of their concern

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    The wheels are aluminum too, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeceetwofreak View Post
    The wheels are aluminum too, btw.

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    Awesome thanks! I sand blasted them and painted them gloss white. Should be nice daily wheels.. I also bought some discontinued Weds wheels for the track
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    Niiiice

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