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Oct 08

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agenot says:

Wheel rims

Hi, on my way to work this morning I hit some rocks that I pressume where thrown onto the road last night, anyway manage to stay on but have slightly buckled my front and rear wheel rims on my 929 Firebalde, tyre pressure is OK so am wondering is it safe to just carry on as normal or must I obtain new wheels?



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Aug 09

Posts: 2721

MarcusMarsh says:

Wheel rims

Hagon do a wheel repair service - including alloys.  Speak to them first, you may save yourself a lot of money.  I believe that they will look at any wheel and, if it can't be repaired it there is no charge so you have liittle to lose.

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Mar 09

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jaffa90 says:


If you can see if their buckled it`s not safe at any speed,it may be cheeper to get them repaired by a specialist,new wheels cost a fortune. 

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