Date registered: Jun 2004
Location: Bucks County, PA
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Probably best to use a wheel refnisher. There are ones in varios parts of the country, probably one not too far from CT, or you can UPS them. Or if you buy them from me, I can UPS them to the refinisher of your choice to save you freight costs.
Refinishing runs from about $70 to $200 per wheel. If I had to guess, I'd say $90 to dip, strip, and refinish in color of your choice for a wheel that does not have a bend, and maybe $125 for a wheel that does. But might be cheaper elsewhere, that's about what my guy charges.