I've had my rims for about 10 yrs, and i just got a complete set of new tires, and rear tire blew out, the tech said i need new rims due to chipping flakes on the inside of rim...Should i get it repaired of just buy new rimsThanks

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Asked by May 16, 2014 at 09:02 AM

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My experience with these rims that start flaking is, when one starts it isn't long before the others start doing it. I found a complete set of almost brand new rims at an auto wrecker that were a third of the brand new price and they were perfect. So before you spend big bucks on brand new rims try an auto wrecker, you might be surprised.

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