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      06-15-2012, 11:34 AM   #1
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Slighty Bent Rim???

Never got a bent rim repaired before, one of my front wheels is slightly bent and is causing vibrations on the freeway, I know its bent because I got the run-out measured although its not visible. My question was it safe to get it fixed, sometimes I have heard of the wheel cracking after the repair because it weakens it, I have the Avanti garde M359 wheels
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      06-15-2012, 12:30 PM   #2
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Your concerns regarding weakening and potential cracking or bending again are valid. I think most shops heat the region up with a torch or something, then bang or roll them out. Few shops do them without heating.

Whether it will fix your vibration or not is a hit-or-miss. I tried a few times; I missed.
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If the bend isn't too visible, the wheel didn't bend much and didn't put too much stress on the metal. Normally with cracks or larger bends, the likelihood of it bending/cracking again is greater since the metal has already deformed from it's original form. However, since your bend is barely visible, I don't see any problems. It's safe just as long as you go to a reputable shop who knows what they're doing.
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anyone know of a good shop to do so
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My Dealer in NY, Mt. Kisco does it for $250 a pop. Obviously won't help you, but just curious what you ended up doing and/or what they want for it.
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nah haven't done it yet, just worried I will end up with a cracked rim, and yeah was quoted only like $50-$70 your getting ripped
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