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  • 10-02-2006, 09:08 PM

    Re: Damaged Rims

    I don't think I'm your buyer as I would only need two rims. Thanks...
  • 10-02-2006, 06:02 PM

    Confused: Damaged Rims

    I just drove the car back from BMW at varying speeds. At 100 MPH there was no shimmey, NONE. The car also tracs straight. As I drove home 15 miles I had trouble even noticing a shimmey at lower speeds. Could it just disappear? It seems crazy for me to spend $1,000 (rims, balancing, alignment) if I can't notice anything... Right?
  • 10-02-2006, 04:49 PM

    Re: Damaged Rims

    I've got a set of factory rims & itres with about 9k miles sitting in my garage (for sale). Interested?
  • 10-02-2006, 04:28 PM

    Re: Damaged Rims

    Mac Fly had a set of new rims once upon a time. Try him at the other site.[IMG]
  • 10-02-2006, 03:49 PM

    Damaged Rims

    I felt a slight shaking in my steering wheel and assumed it was caused by improperly balanced tires. Since I was replacing all four tires (Bridgestone A50 Pole Position) I assumed it would go away. I t didn't so I asked my dealer toay what was causing it as the car was in for the recall. He told me that one side (front & rear) of the cars rims were bent. I can't visually see this. They told me that it was probably caused by a pot hole. In any event, does any one know what's the cheapest way for mr to replace these? Thanks...

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