Hi All,<p>I hit a pothole the other day with my 18" pegs and bent both on the drivers side (tires are bubbled too). Does anybody know where I can get a deal on 18" pegs? <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vortexmediagroup.com/images/banghead.gif" BORDER="0">
<A HREF="http://www.vivaperformance.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=81_112&products_id=87" TARGET="_blank">http://www.vivaperformance.com...id=87</A><p>It sound slike you'll be buying at least two tires (possibly four) as well. Remember to check the tire pressures regularly.
If you have the tire/wheel warranty from the dealer, it should be covered. If not, you might want to check with the dealer before getting your replacements.<p>If your area is prone to this sort of thing, it might be worth it.<p>I think the prices vary, so check with your dealer.<p>I had mine buy 4 PS2s and I think the warranty ended up costing about what a 5th tire would be worth.<p>I think you would need to have the dealer buy/install the tires. You might be able to buy the Pegs wholesale, but that is a guess.<p>I'm not an expert in it, I just know I have it. Maybe one of the dealer reps can elaborate ... Lee, Yannis?<p>-Ben
I hit a pot hole back in January. I had to replace two tires, two wheels, and have the car aligned. I sent copies of my invoices to the Nevada dept of Transportation, along with a letter and photos of the pot hole and they reimbursed me the total amount, $1,140. They sent me a form to fill out and I had my check in less than 30 days. Might be worth checking into, especially if your deductable is high, like mine. oclv