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Old 07-24-2013, 05:26 PM   #1
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well...

yeah.. I cried a little..
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Old 07-24-2013, 05:28 PM   #2
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What happened?? Did somebody slash them?
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Old 07-24-2013, 05:29 PM   #3
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spike strip? going the wrong way into one of those drive-in exits?

That sucks
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Old 07-24-2013, 05:39 PM   #4
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nah, the front tire popped and it kinda took my by surprise and when I tried to slow down ad turn in to the parking lot, I drilled a curb and killed the back tire and front rim even more
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oh crap that sucks sorry for your loss(es)
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ouch.. do you have road hazard?
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Old 07-24-2013, 11:52 PM   #7
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whatcha mean?
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:03 AM   #8
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whatcha mean?
You can get road hazard insurance where they basically replace the tires when they get damaged by a "road hazard". Do you have that?
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nah, the front tire popped and it kinda took my by surprise and when I tried to slow down ad turn in to the parking lot, I drilled a curb and killed the back tire and front rim even more
i have done that before so i know how that sudden shift feels. luckily for me i did it in my old works parking lot which was a tire shop so we just jacked it up and replaced the tires with some used ones until i could replace the wheels. i hope you get everything taken care of
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no:/ and my deductible is $1000....
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no:/ and my deductible is $1000....
Ouch. Is it all 4 or just the driver side? If its just the driver side, take the two good ones from the other side, put them up front, and get some nice sticky tires for the rear. Dont replace, upgrade, is my philosophy! haha
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that's what I'm thinking! because it's just the drivers side. depending on if I'm gonna need new rims or not, I might just keep the old ones, move the good ones up front like you said then get some 375 for the rear with new rims or get new rims everywhere and keep the bad ones for the just incase moments if one goes bad I can throw it on even though it's a different rim
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that's what I'm thinking! because it's just the drivers side. depending on if I'm gonna need new rims or not, I might just keep the old ones, move the good ones up front like you said then get some 375 for the rear with new rims or get new rims everywhere and keep the bad ones for the just incase moments if one goes bad I can throw it on even though it's a different rim
375s are gonna rub. Bad. Im thinking you meant 275s haha. If you were planning on getting new rims/tires anyway, definitely sounds like a good time to do so.
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l yeah 275 haha
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Why the hell are you having to pay front bumper and "valence" charges to remove wheels? I don't see any damage to your number covers? You're getting ripped.
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Why the hell are you having to pay front bumper and "valence" charges to remove wheels? I don't see any damage to your number covers? You're getting ripped.
+1. Why the hell would they need to remove the bumper cover?
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I have no idea but it's at one of my dads dealers so I doubt they'd be screwing him.. I was gonna ask y'all that question
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I have no idea but it's at one of my dads dealers so I doubt they'd be screwing him.. I was gonna ask y'all that question
I would tell your dad to question and fight that. Sounds like complete BS to me. I've literally taken off/put on hundreds off rims over the years, and have NEVER had to remove a bumper cover, liner, or anything like that.
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the thing is, I hit the curb pretty damn hard.. I'm going to see if we can go check it out tomorrow morning and have them explain it to me..
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the thing is, I hit the curb pretty damn hard.. I'm going to see if we can go check it out tomorrow morning and have them explain it to me..
Still dont understand why they would have to take the bumper off. If u slammed a curb, i could understand them looking through the suspension, and axles, but not a body panel.
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Yikes!! Over 1300 bucks for a couple of popped tires
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yeah I'm gonna be broke af :/
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Did they fix it already?
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they've started apparently. they sent the wheels to get fixed
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$1000 deductible? Horry cow! How bad is your insurance rate to make you want a $1000 deductible? Unless I read the bill wrong. $250 is the most I would do.
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I'm a 17 year old male with a fully loaded 5.0 and i pay 175 a month... I had asked about a $500 deductible to my dad and apparently the rate would go up like 50 bucks..
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yeah.. I cried a little..
I have those stock rims with good Pirellis on them ill ship you 2 of them if you wanna deal pm me

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I'm a 17 year old male with a fully loaded 5.0 and i pay 175 a month... I had asked about a $500 deductible to my dad and apparently the rate would go up like 50 bucks..
Actually I just saw your InTexas even better if you r interested I'm also in Texas. San Antonio area
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That sucks and too much money just to repair the rims, new rims all around and new tires sounds like a much better deal.
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yeah well either way, I know it's being repaired correctly. I got to see the two rims they repaired and I swear to god they look brand new. lol I kinda like my stock rims for some weird reasons but will go to an all black rim one day lol I just don't have the money to pay for all new rims and tires atm
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yeah well either way, I know it's being repaired correctly. I got to see the two rims they repaired and I swear to god they look brand new. lol I kinda like my stock rims for some weird reasons but will go to an all black rim one day lol I just don't have the money to pay for all new rims and tires atm
You do realize you could have got a slightly used set of nice rims and tires for $1800 right? Lol. Maybe even new, depending on what you want.
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I got myself a set of 4 new 2010 GT500 style rims with set of 4 brand new Falken tires including balancing amd alignment for just over $1000
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I got myself a set of 4 new 2010 GT500 style rims with set of 4 brand new Falken tires including balancing amd alignment for just over $1000
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No it was a mustang wheel website where they also make concept designs. I'll find the name shortly
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