Sunshine Wheel Repairs (SWR) was established on the Sunshine Coast in 2007 to service car dealerships. Owner Scott Edmonds brought a new concept in mobile wheel repair to the area after successfully setting up franchises in New Zealand. This new service allowed alloy rims to be repaired onsite, saving the car dealers time and money.
Over time, as Scott refined and grew the business, he began attending trade shows, both here and overseas, researching new trends in wheel repair. He developed methods to provide a more comprehensive service to his growing number of motor trade and private customers.
In 2010, Scott moved into a new workshop and brought the work to the SWR headquarters. He invested in a rolling machine that enabled flat spots and buckles to be corrected.
After a tyre is removed, and it is found to have holes or wires exposed, it will be deemed unsafe and unable to be refitted. SWR has a wide selection of leading brands to choose ...read more
I recently had my wheels painted on my G350 Mercedes, I've had paint jobs in the past by other companies and theyve done an OK Job, but these guys went over and above, not only did they paint them to look Great but they went out and found some new center caps which made the wheels look a million times better. Keep up the good work guys. Will definitely come back for the next batch of wheels I need doing.
Absolutely brilliant job on my wheels, gutter scrape in the Myers car park, looked like new after Scott finished, came recommended by Rusell VW cricks and Mark Bob Jane, Scott and Warwick couldn’t have been more helpful if they tried, even got a loan car so I could carry on my day, for a female it’s diffi to find trusted tradesmen, I have booked my car for a service and will surely recommend them to all my friends and family, and the dogs are a bit cute :)
I had 2 wheels re engineered and balanced on my car. When I went to pickup the car I asked if he could put the car on the hoist and he said ---what for. I said I would like to check to make sure the 2 wheels no longer wobble. They were most upset that I wanted to check their work and stated " nobody has ever checked our work in 15 years" and went on to say that it could not be checked as all his hoists had cars on them --he could easily have moved a car but declined not to. I then took the car to a tyre dealer who put the car up on a hoist and it was established that one of the wheeels still had a wobble. I went back to Sunshine wheels and told them I wanted them to check and f fix--to which they said after much rudiness they would check the following week. I rang as requested to arrange a check by them to which I was told " there will be no check as I have checked our data from our machines and all is OK and no need to check " He then proceeded to tell me "Iread more