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Bent Whhel from a Pothole

Old 10-28-2018, 09:12 PM
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Default Bent Whhel from a Pothole

I have a 2014 S80 that hit a pothole and bent the rim. I contacted my dealer and a new one is $471
I looked on the inside of the rim and the part number seems to be 31341739
I cannot find an online hit for this rim as I suspect I could order it online cheaper that the dealer full rate.
Can somebody point me in th right direction?
Thank you in advance.
Old 10-28-2018, 09:55 PM
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If you live in a big city, there are places that sell used wheels. If you can't find a listing for one call a few junkyards, if they don't have one they can probably give you a name or number.
Old 11-04-2018, 12:54 PM
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there are shops that will repair bend wheels - check out Wheel Collision Center Bath PA- Excellence in Refinished/Used Factory OEM Aluminum Alloy Wheel Rim Sales & Alloy Wheel Rim Straightening Repair Refinishing & Recycling! - Excellence in Refinished/Used Factory OEM Aluminum A and shops like them. They will either fix your old rim or take it as a core and ship you the exact OEM rim to replace it. If you want to go used as donf suggests, is a good web site for finding local yards with the wheel you need.
Old 11-06-2018, 09:54 PM
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I did the same thing with my 03 S80 T6. 17 inch Interceptor wheel. These folks sold me a perfectly reconditioned wheel, shipped to Colorado in 3 days, bottom line $148. Couldnt be happier with the product and the service. The payment finction on their website was flaky last week; better to call them.
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