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Project STump, not just alloy wheel repair Newcastle

Not just alloy wheel repair and refurbishment.. We Fix Alloys don't just do alloy wheel repair... We've been asked to do many alloy wheels in many colours ... and we like nothing more than being given a challenge so we were more than happy to help when one of our...

We Fix Alloys moves to bigger and better premises for alloy wheel repair

News from We Fix Alloys - Alloy Wheel Repair and Refurbishment Newcastle and the North East We are very happy to announce that We Fix Alloys  have moved to bigger and better premises. We have enjoyed our time at our old workshop but it was time to move on as we had outgrown...

Alloy Wheel Refurbishment – What happens in the alloy wheel repair process?

What happens in the Alloy Wheel repair process? Alloy Wheel Refurbishment is a way of saving money by having your wheels repaired instead of replaced. This article describes the process used by this professional wheel repair company. Alloy wheels are expensive. You don’t want to replace them unless they are...

Project May-hem – this months special offer!

Hi guys, As many of you will know, we support a number of local charities. One of which is called I-Can, they are a food charity whose aim is provide those in need with basic food requirements, namely cans. We spent quite some time with one of the charity's organisers,...

What colour can I have my alloy wheels?

This week's blog is all about colour - gone are the days of Mr Fords 'any colour you like as long as its black' and a question we often get asked at We Fix Alloys is 'What colour can you make my alloy wheels after refurbishment?' - We always answer -...

Which Type Of Alloy Wheels Can Be Repaired?

So you've got alloy wheels on your car – but which type and are they repairable? You’d think that alloy wheels are alloy wheels, but no – life’s not that simple. Most are aluminium but there are some containing additional alloys such as magnesium. There are several different types of alloy wheels...