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    On sat went to get my wheels re balanced as its shaking the steering wheel.

    They advised me 2 wheels are slightly buckled just wondering can they be fixed if not im currently looking to by 2 new rs-gt alloys to replace the buckled ones.

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    personally i think it depends on the amount of buckle ........best get them cked by someone that knows

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    its only slightly buckled do you know of any places that do them?

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    I used to have a astra and had momo 17" alloys on it looked lovely but they too soft and had problems with them getting buckles a lot, used to take them to alloy wheel specialist to get them straightend cost me between £20 - £40 per wheel depending on how bad they were buckled!

    Take a look in your yellow pages under,
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    Wheel repair & Refurbishment

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    I have heard that it can be done if the buckle is slight but personally i wouldnt want to mess around with something that is so vital to safety

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