Alloy wheel refurbishment
Alloy King Hermanus
and the Overburg
“Quality of work can be expected only through personal satisfaction, dedication and enjoyment. In our profession, precision and perfection are not a dispensable luxury, but a simple necessity.
Can you repair a Scratched Wheel
Owner and developer of AKRsystems, Rob Macintosh comes from an extensive history within the automotive industry. During his time Rob saw the urgent need for a more efficient and convenient rim repair option. In today’s market the Industry Standard for mag wheel repairs entails leaving the wheels at a workshop between 4 and 7 working days and in previous years even longer which for anyone runs as an unnecessary inconvenience. As for the dealerships, rental agencies and commercial it’s clear the benefits that this service potentially offers
How to repair a scratched wheel
AKRsystems is the only mobile repair process in Africa that offers Diamond Cut mag repairs onsite and within a couple of hours. The competition requires 3 to 4 days and pricing is unjustifiable. Our innovation and dedication to efficiency and quality products is the driving force that keeps us two steps ahead of the game. Our proprietary niche system has established itself as Cape Towns preferred mag repair system. AKRS offers customers reliable, efficient, convenient and affordable mag repairs wherever they are.
What does it cost to repair alloy wheels?
Appriximately 70 % of new vehicles are sold with Diamond Cut Rims. The Alloy Kings specialized system allows for these wheels to be repaired not only on the same day but On-Site. The competition requires 5 to 8 working days for repairs and charge between R 2000 to 3800 per wheel. We have earned our reputation as the diamond cut specialists. We come highly recommended by all insurance companies and we are considered SMART policies preferred supplier. Our repair process eliminates all competition due to the convenience, workmanship and turnaround time. The Alloy King is the only mag repair company that offers mobile diamond cut repairs in South Africa.