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Ground up the trim piece on my right front on a granite stone curb Friday evening when moving the 300C. Pretty nasty looking. I was bummed. Anyone know what the Stealer wants for a replacement piece? Or, does anyone who has replaced their rims have one they want to sell?
 

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Don't believe those plastic covered " chrome" wheels can be repaired locally; replacement is probably necessary. Mopar's price on a new wheel is $125 or so. If you mean the "hubcap" part -- they run about $45. each.
 

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Time to bust out the Dremel with a rubber-wheel mounted. Had something similar happen.....the Dremel smoothed up the "curb abrasion" nicely!!
 

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Hemi_Hombre said:
Time to bust out the Dremel with a rubber-wheel mounted. Had something similar happen.....the Dremel smoothed up the "curb abrasion" nicely!!

Will that work on a plastic cover? The OEM 300C 18" 9-Spoke rim has a plastic chrome cover bonded to the alloy rim.
 
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