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Old 02-25-2015, 06:08 AM   #8
On the slippery slope
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That sucks.
As others have said, look on eBay for replacement wheels.
If they are bent badly, I would be wary of using them if you do any performance driving. They metal has now been stressed and weakened.

Unless your tires are basicially new, you should replace both sides, not jus the destroyed ones

Definitely call your ins company. You may also have a claim against Caltrans or whoever is responsibly for the bridge. They have a responsibility to keep the road clear and be safe to drive.
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