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      10-07-2008, 11:42 AM   #1
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cracked wheel

i have a 19x9.5 m6 rep (miro) wheel that's cracked.. i was wondering how that goes with safety, and does it look like it's repairable? Just wondering how it goes with repairing replica wheels. see pic.
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i'd try to warranty that. it looks like a stress failure, b/c it doesn't appear that you hit a pothole or anything. Miro should warranty that........
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well had them for a while now...
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      10-07-2008, 04:30 PM   #4
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Wow...and I thought I was the only one....*yawns*

theyll tell you its impossible that you had to have hit something...

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I wouldnt try to repair that (not safe)...just get a replacement wheel

Sorry to see this happening to someone else

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