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Went wheeling yesterday and got hung up in a quicksand like rut on the left side buried up to the rock rail. The wheels are the OEM 17" wheels on the 2012 models. They are scuffed up in a circular motion due to spinning. You can feel the scuff. Had to be winched out backwards..... Open to suggestions........ What ideas do you have and if you have any experience in this... That would be nice.
 

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Time for new wheels. :D

Sorry that's all I've got.
 

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Light sand paper/scuffing pad and spray paint? If the wheels are matte it will be easy to spray paint
 

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Stop getting ugly black rims. Thats my opinion.
 

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Repeat the process on the other wheels so they all match?
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Sorry...

Not much you can do with aluminum wheels once they're damaged. If you do a lot of wheeling, look into some cheap steelies. When you damage one you can replace it for $50 and then go do it again.
 
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