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    Due to the lovely weather we are having,i have hit a kerb and broken part of the rim of one of my 18"Irmscher Sportstars,is it possible that it can be repaired,if not would the 3 remaining ones fit a Reliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB3871 View Post
    Due to the lovely weather we are having,i have hit a kerb and broken part of the rim of one of my 18"Irmscher Sportstars,is it possible that it can be repaired,if not would the 3 remaining ones fit a Reliant.
    Sorry to hear of your loss matey, and they wont fit a reliant, wrong stud pattern

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    Get the wallet out and buy another. Its a wheel, your life depends on them.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Yeah I had a hairline crack in some alloys on an old car.. Fixing it costs a lot of money and if its buckled I am not sure they can straighten them up all that easily. Cut your losses and buy a new one.. or some lovely steelies mmm plastic caps haha

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    Sell them to me
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Ok then,some light scrapes but would refurb nicely.

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