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Old 11-30-2013, 09:55 PM   #1
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Hi guys how do you like the amr rims? also if they bend do they are they covered under warranty?
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Hi guys how do you like the amr rims? also if they bend do they are they covered under warranty?
Love mine. Paint quality on them is poor and it chips easy but don't regret the purchase one bit.
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Love mine. Paint quality on them is poor and it chips easy but don't regret the purchase one bit.
I guess I've just been lucky with mine, as I've heard of a few paint/chip problems. Ive got 12k on mine, and they still look brand new.


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I guess I've just been lucky with mine, as I've heard of a few paint/chip problems. Ive got 12k on mine, and they still look brand new.
Mine have about 300 miles on them and they are about 5 months old. Already have very minor scratch and a decent rock chip. I've paint corrected both and you can never tell. I'm a perfectionist.
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