I fitted rubber valves to the TPMS as I had some spectacular deflation on the way back from France once and didn't want to take that risk again. The wheel place said that this is standard practice anyway.They certainly look like they need refurbishment. Mine look almost pristine by comparison.
Do you have TPMS valves and will they be replaced? The valves don't look like mine.
Presumably you will have any balancing weights fitted internally?
Be interested to see the finished job.
The guy said to me that he couldn't do diamond cut since they had too far gone. As I understand it, the diamond cut takes layers off until you get to a nice smooth even finishes. My wheels were very badly pitted.A vast improvement! I assume they were powder coated? I was thinking of diamond cut, but doubt if I will be using the car enough in the future to justify the expense. I've also discovered that the warranty on diamond cut is significantly inferior to that for powder coated. However, my current diamond cut wheels which were replaced under Chrysler warranty a long time ago have lasted reasonably well.