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post #1 of 17 Old 02-28-2009, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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Mazzi Wheels chrome peeling.

Anyone have Mazzi wheels? I've emailed Mazzi about my peeling chrome on two of mine twice and I get no reply. All that tells me is they know about a peeling problem and they are ignoring it. My wheels are about 24 months old with 20k miles. I guess I'll have to buy a better quality set and sand these down and paint them so I can use these cheap crap wheels for a winter wheel.

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sorry to hear that man...I have never had Mazzi's but ANY chrome wheel I've ever had has peeled or pitted way too soon...last few sets I've got have been polished aluminum, thy seem to hold up better but are a PITA to keep polished.
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Working on it.. you guys are quick...
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I was looking at a few other wheels. butI think I really like these but in 8X170.

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Thats why my wheels are canned black. They get messed up and i just respray them

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I'm prolly gonna be doing the can mod also. Brake Dust Is HE!!

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I was looking at the Mazzi Hulks for a long time, then started reading about their chrome issues. Which seems to be very prevalent. I'm going to go with the Eagle Alloy 064's... basically a Mazzi Hulk clone.

It sucks that Mazzi won't stand behind their product. With crappy quality and crappy service, I doubt they are gonna be around much longer.

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I was looking at the 064's also.
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