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      06-12-2013, 05:46 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by ms372 View Post
just get the wheel fixed, no need for a new one. im sure you can find a rim shop around your area.
I wouldn't recommend this route. You will be left with a weaker wheel. Not worth it to save a few hundred IMO. I would buy a used wheel or wheel-set from the for-sale section or a new OEM wheel from one of the many venders sponsoring this forum.
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