Tuesday, 27 June 2017


Example Video of Undercoat being applied to a Jeep wheel for a black wheel respray.

Located in Ringwood Melbourne we cater to all forms of wheel repair and painting.

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Wheel Straightening Machine

We can now offer Buckled and Bent wheel repair in Melbourne.

We have installed a custom made wheel straightening machine.

Here is a video of us testing a wheel after straightening.

Bent Buckled Wheel Straightening and Re-rolling Melbourne

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Wheel Straightening Machine

This year we installed a wheel straightening machine.
This means that we can now repair buckled and bent wheels using our brand new specially built wheel straightening machine.

It uses a hydraulic press and indicator gauge to straighten any buckles in your wheels ensuring that they spin true.

Visit http://www.wheelbuddy.com.au for more information on what we do.

Wheel Straightening

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Some recent images of our work and some 2 stage caliper decals.

Recently wheel buddy has been working on improving the undercoating of black wheels and experimenting with 2 stage caliper decals.

Here is some photo examples.

We will soon be launching Respray Buddy for full car resprays.

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

We are back for 2016

This year we are making many improvements to bring our customers an even better Wheel Repair and Brake Caliper Painting Experience.

We will be undergoing some renovations across February to improve the reception area and workshop layout.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Our full Respray Package and flyer

Recently we re-designed our promotional flyer to highlight the value of our wheel respray package.
We have quickly become the number 1 choice for a full wheel respray in Melbourne.

We include all the balancing fitting in the package cost and we spray wheels inside out in our down draft spray booth.

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Repairing Wheels DIY Guide

Hi Guys and Gals

I thought I should share some techniques from time to time which may come in handy for you if you are trying to repair alloy wheels on your own.

As an example, to repair the damage pictured below.
You need to do the following.

1. With an orbital sander , attach a 120grit sanding disk and sand only the damaged area until the damage is gone.


2. With an orbital sander and 320grit disk, sand the area smooth to smoothen out the repair.


3. With wet 400grit by hand sand paper, sand the repair area and any scratches left from the machine sanding which you may have missed in the previous step.

4. With an 800grit wet sand paper by hand , sand the repair area thoroughly.

5. Clean the area of water and dust.

6. Apply metal polish to a rag and polish the area thoroughly.

Congratulations you have repaired your first wheel.