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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-19-2006, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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any one out there have a segestion on repairing a slightly bent ALUMASTAR GOD BLESS B.C.
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yeah chunk it and buy a new one, not worth the time verse the cost of a new one and chances it will break down the road...

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there's a place here in town that fix's bent and damaged wheels...I think it's called the Wheel Medic.....there maybe something like this close to you...hope this helps!

there website http://wheelmedic.com/wm/index.htm

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Weld Wheels can fix their stuff for you. The low end stuff probably isn't worth fixing but I've seen 'em do nice work on the pricey stuff.
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