a friend of mine has hit a bump at speed and damaged his front wheel bending it on the rim, is there any where that it can be fixed or bent back into shape if so where, or does he require a new wheel,
its the oz wheels oe a 2003 rsvr
oz wheels.... guessing they would be magnesium or similar...
i got told a big fat no by the guy who repairs my rims and he's done BSB teams. can be done but weakens it a lot he says.
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they are light alloy so the book says, how much would a new one cost ,
have a look...
btw, light alloy might be repairable.
the same guy repaired a Rondell alloy wheel with a BIG dent in it.
cheers for that, will have a look. Wonder if the council will pay up for damage as caused by a 'kin great pot hole on A5
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