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Fill n' Drill wheels 
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Post Fill n' Drill wheels
Let me preface this by saying, filling and drilling wheels is sketchy as shit.
But out of curiosity, what would it cost? Do any shops in Calgary do it? Has anyone here had it done?


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Sat Jul 29, 2017 10:43 am
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Post Re: Fill n' Drill wheels
I wouldn't say it is sketchy per say, there is no reason it can't work and be safe.

If you can offset drill without welding that would be the best, anytime you introduce heat you run the risk of loosing the heat treat and ultimately softening the wheel. I am sure Alberta Wheel Repair can do this.

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