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Narcissus

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Get a new one. ~$350 new (800.992.0127) or shop around for used ones. You can also go aftermarket and lose some weight.
 

Acemax

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no clue got it for free with a fork purchase. looking down the middle there is a slight s pattern. think its done Ace
 

Stretched

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Actually there is a guy in Mesa Arizona that specializes in fixing rims like that give him a call, his name is Dave and his company is called Fasttracks 480-649-1093. I have seen him fix rims in worse condition then that and make them like new again
 

curtis T

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It might look new again,, But would you trust the structural integrity at 160 mph??

.....I DONT THINK SO.......TIM get a new one!

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Stretched

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Even if you wouldn't trust it to go out and beat to death, it would be nice to have a spare wheel and tire for those tire change times or getting your good wheels chromed ,powder coated etc.....
 

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