Title says it all. Wheels America says they can't repair it. Anyone have a spare 18X8 snowflake wheel they can let go?
Yeah, he did something he wasn't supposed to. It's pretty hard to bend an OE wheel. (14+ years in the wheel and tire industry)no wheel likes to drive over speed bumps at 40mph!! that's why speed bumps exist, to slow people down. I can guarantee 100% if you had been driving the proper speed to go over a speed bump it would not have damaged your wheels.
Snowflakes break, not bend. This usually results in mass hysteria from anything Trump related or pretty much any thought that doesn't align with theirs or the masses huddled in their safe spaces.Snowflakes bend on the inside very easily. I had all 4 bent after 2 years.
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speedbumps are put in a few places, parking lots and residential areas are 2 of the first that popped into mind for me. If you were going fast enough to ruin a wheel in either of those areas then you sir are an asshole. You're going to kill someones child driving like that and I hope you have to pay full retail for a damn wheel as a lesson of being an asshole.I asked if anyone had a wheel they could part with, not driving lessons.