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      11-06-2012, 09:19 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by montE90 blue View Post
Bent my front passenger rim (19x8.5 VMR V710) today after hitting a nasty pothole on 50 before the Key Bridge exit. Looks pretty rough, but no noticeable vibration or pulling at speeds under 50 and tire seems ok. Anybody know of a good shop in the Arlington/DC area to get it fixed? I'd rather save some money and not have to replace it, but it may come to that.
Wouldn't your insurance cover it? My wife jumped a curb crossing 50 from Rossyln to the Iwo Jima memorial and the insurance covered her two bent rims and flat tires. It might be easier to just replace rather than repair, because repairing it might result in a weaker wheel more prone to bending again in the future.

Jus' sayin'

With that said, I saw a mobile wheel repair shop in the metro area where they come to your house or business and repair the wheel on the spot.
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