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I hit a huge pot hold lass night in my zhp and messed up my rim pretty bad. Whats the best solution. It was the rear passenger side rim and it looks like i need to buy a new one. If buying a new one is the only thing to do what would one OEM zhp rims cost?
 

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One option might be to take it to a reputable wheel shop. My buddy has deep dish rims on his '98 5-series and they were pretty beat up. For about $125 per wheel they hammered out all the dents, and cleaned 'em really well. He just suggested a chain named "Wheels of America". I don't think that's where he took his wheels but I have got to say, his wheels look GORGEOUS now. Even better than mine :bawling:
 

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Rear OEM is about $400-450 shipped from mileoneparts.com. My local dealer wanted more.

You could always just get four new aftermarket wheels, I'll buy your good rear wheel for $100 :).
 

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lol id sell it to you if i wasnt planning on getting the Csl's but keeping the zhp rims and putting snows on them.
 
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