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Old 05-20-2013, 02:31 PM
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Here in Minnesota they can't be legally fixed. It probably takes a very specialized set of tools and know how anyway. I wouldn't trust it to a local shop that is willing "to give it a try". If they specialize in these types of repairs it might be a different story. You might need to bite the bullet and just get a new one.

A buddy of mine had a leak in his tire. He brought it to a normal repair shop and they told him the rim was bent. They beat it back in to shape. A few weeks later he brought his car to a tire shop to get new tires. They told him all his rims were bent. He said just bend them back. The tire shop refused and told him it was illegal as well as dangerous.
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