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I smacked into a giant pit of death in the middle of the lane in a construction zone the other day going about 60. Tires actually held up, but put some huge dents in both front and rear left side wheels. Even embeded some concrete between the sidewall & rim. Is there a way to repair wheel dents/scuffs/rash? Amazed that the alignment still seems OK. <p>So, if you're keeping score at home:<p>2007: construction zone takes out tire<br>2007: pothole takes out tire<br>2009: construction zone pothole messes up two wheels
 

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Re: peg damage (mitoca)

Wheels can be fixed for somewhere around $125 a pop. Replica pegs can be had for around $200 each.
 

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Re: peg damage (mitoca)

Hows your alignment??<br>
 

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Allignment seems OK. At least it isn't pulling at all. <p>Any suggestions on where to go to repair a wheel?
 

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Re: peg damage (mitoca)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>mitoca</b> »</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Allignment seems OK. At least it isn't pulling at all. <p>Any suggestions on where to go to repair a wheel? </TD></TR></TABLE><p>I think it varies by region, so your best bet is to google "wheel repair" or "wheel refinishing" and see what comes up.
 

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ive heard you can have the state pay for damages. not sure though, but it would be worth looking into.
 

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good luck...
 
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