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Old 09-15-2007, 02:29 PM
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cracked rim

not sure what happened, i think i hit a good bump on the highway and i put a crack in my rim, inside slow leak. i'm thinknig i can get it fixed but dont want to because i just dont want to deal with a bad repair job or vibrations. im not gonna buy from "that ebay guy" so i was gonna buy OEM. i found this site through google.

http://www.finishlinewheels.com/BMW/X5/2002/

how come the replica is 5 dollars more? am i missing something?

where else can i get one? (rear 19"x10" style #63)

Wheel# A-59335U10, 2002 BMW X5 Wheels X5 Rims

Size: 19" x 10"
Finish: SILVER (OEM RIM)
Style: ALLOY WHEEL, 19 X 10, 5 Y SPOKE, REAR,
Dealer Wheel Price: $530.00
Discount Wheel Price: $290.00

Wheel Type: STOCK ALLOY WHEELS, FACTORY OEM RIMS, ORIGINAL CAR TRUCK WHEEL$290.00

Wheel# A-59335U10N, 2002 BMW X5 Wheels X5 Rims

Size: 19" x 10"
Finish: SILVER (REPLICA)
Style: ALLOY WHEEL, 19 X 10, 5 Y SPOKE, REAR,
Dealer Wheel Price: $530.00
Discount Wheel Price: $295.00

Wheel Type: STOCK ALLOY WHEELS, FACTORY OEM RIMS, ORIGINAL CAR TRUCK WHEEL
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Old 09-15-2007, 10:33 PM
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Try these guys for used; www.ackerwheel.com Good luck
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not sure what happened, i think i hit a good bump on the highway and i put a crack in my rim, inside slow leak. i'm thinknig i can get it fixed but dont want to because i just dont want to deal with a bad repair job or vibrations. im not gonna buy from "that ebay guy" so i was gonna buy OEM. i found this site through google.

http://www.finishlinewheels.com/BMW/X5/2002/

how come the replica is 5 dollars more? am i missing something?

where else can i get one? (rear 19"x10" style #63)
Would you mind posting a photo of your cracked rim? I have something like small cracks in one rim and am trying to determine if this is going to be a serious problem that need immediate attention.
Thanks.
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Old 09-16-2007, 08:28 AM
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i have one for sale (rear). $150 plus shipping. will ship in factory packaging/box. flawless condition in original factory paint. includes bmw center cap.

i have pm'd you some pics.

drew

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Old 09-16-2007, 08:17 PM
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http://www.wdfa.net/photos/crack.jpg



notice the crack to this right. this must have been damage from the previous owner.

drew, i replied. i'll call you tomorrow
-jim

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Old 09-17-2007, 09:40 AM
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notice the crack to this right. this must have been damage from the previous owner.
Thanks for the image. Sorry for your grief and it does clarify that this is not my problem.
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Old 09-19-2007, 05:50 PM
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Thanks for the image. Sorry for your grief and it does clarify that this is not my problem.
post a pic.

is your clearcoat/paint cracking? i've had that problem with remanufactured rims before. after some good driving on the rims, the finish goes bad.
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Old 09-20-2007, 12:58 PM
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Tony, just get it fixed

Use a company like Transwheel or WheelsAmerica and you'll be very happy with the result and it'll still be an OEM wheel. Your damage isn't that bad, honestly.

I had a Ferrari wheel that was much worse than that, and after they got finished with it, it was the straightest wheel of the bunch!
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If you did not sell this wheel I would like to purchase it.
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If you did not sell this wheel I would like to purchase it.
~ it has sold...
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