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      12-10-2012, 03:03 PM   #1
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Style 189 front wheel

Hit a pothole yesterday and may have bent the rim. I want to file a claim to the city to reimburse me for this cost. How much does a brand new single Style 189 front wheel go for? And where can I get one?



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      12-10-2012, 05:47 PM   #2
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Go to realoem.com and look it up. Once you have the part number call your local dealer parts department to get the cost. Or just call the dealership with the last 7 of your VIN and the parts deparment can get you the wheel and cost from that...
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Cant say I've ever hear the a city reimbursing anyone for a bent rim. However I could be completely wrong. I paid the $1200 for the bogus wheel / tire insurance when I bought the car. I've bent two rims (both front passengers) in two years. At the rate I'm going it will more than have paid for itself.
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