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Brake caliper painting goes hand in hand with wheel customization. Accentuate your taste and be different by mixing in a little flavor. There are endless color choices to choose from, so whether you want to be subtle with a touch of flavor, or go all out with a custom color, we are here to make it happen.

Check our pricing table below, in some cases, additional parts may be required (seals, pistons, fittings, etc.).


Paint Calipers (On Car) $135.00 Each
Paint Calipers (Off Car) $50.00 Each
Powdercoat Calipers (Bare) $75.00 Each
Powdercoat Calipers (With Rebuild) $135.00 Each
Powdercoat Calipers (On Car) Please contact us for a free estimate.


We offer a full range of wheel related services to anyone and everyone. Our technicians have been in the industry for over 10 years and implement the best strategy to ensure top quality and nothing short of excellence. Our goal is to not only meet, but exceed expectations to ensure the highest quality work and experience. We strive to assure your encounter here is seamless and does not break the bank.

  • We are one of the fastest growing wheel remanufacturers in the Midwest.
  • We have a friendly, professional, and helpful staff on standby.
  • Our skilled staff members always up for a challenge!
  • We get the job done right the first time and guarantee satisfaction.
  • We backup our work with a lifetime warranty on finishes on all alloy wheels.


  • Do you use paint or powder?

    We offer both paint and powder options. There are differences in pricing based on how we can better accommodate our service to you.

  • Can I drop off my car to get my calipers done?

    Yes, you may drop your car off to our facility to get your calipers done. In some instances, it may take two days whereas others it may take up to five. Please contact us for pricing and availability for appointment scheduling.

  • What is better? Paint or powder?

    Depending on the use of vehicle, it may vary. For the most part, high heat paint will hold up to everyday driving and is very durable and maintains a nice sheen for the remainder of its life if maintained properly. For cars with bigger brakes, and cars that experience some or lots of track use, and higher temperature are better suited for powdercoating.

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