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Old 02-25-2015, 04:23 AM   #6
Pominoz
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Originally Posted by NapalmKitteh View Post
This past Saturday I hit a piece of wood going over the San Mateo bridge and blew out my two driver side tires. As if that wasn't bad enough, after taking her into the shop to get some new tires I was informed that the two rims were also bent

I really love these original rims but I really don't want to drop the 2k+ to get the two rims replaced. What rims are you guys running and what would you recommend? I want to keep the original look as best as I can, don't want anything too crazy or flashy.

Any and all help is appreciated, thanks!

Pictures: Imgur First picture is the chunk of wood I hit and the second is my car being prepped for towing.
I had a bent rim on one of my front turbo twists. You can actually get buckled rims straightened, and although I was a bit doubtful, it's come out perfect. Cost me $100, which is a hell of a lot cheaper than a new wheel would have cost me.
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