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At CCM we typically see two distinct categories of alloy wheel rim crack.
The first type is termed as a short crack, and is only extending down the outer rim or bead sealing area. These cracks can be seen from beneath the car, when wheel still fitted, and are often the fault detected during an MOT test. A cracked wheel rim is an MOT fail item.
The short crack often presents itself as a slow puncture. A lot of our customers have first visited a tyre bay hoping for a puncture repair only to be told they have a damaged wheel rim, and so are referred to us for a wheel rim repair.
The second type of typical crack is referred to as an elongated crack, these cracks have split the outer bead and started to progress into the inner wheel rim. Again, these cracks will cause slow loss of tyre pressure over time, and are an MOT fail item. Long or short either types of these cracks can be repaired using TIG welding process.
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