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hey hermano!
Nov 12, 2007

by The Finn


I was considering a thread for this but since we're on the subject, my 06' wrangler decided to lose traction to some black ice on the Turnpike the other day, mere seconds after I though to myself 'right about now would be a good time for 4wd'. I slipped around for a while before I hit the curb and rebounded back to the other side of the road. The car was fine except I shaved about an inch of metal off the front and rear wheels, and the rear wheel is now a little bent and has a visible wobble. Its ok to drive but i definitely need to replace at least the rear wheel. What are my options? Ive been looking around online but I can't find anything that matches the wheel exactly. Should I just bring it back to the dealer and expect to pay more than I can afford?

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