A Van Down by the River
Probably cheaper to replace the one wheel or see if its covered under warranty. Very unusual for an OEM wheel to break.
Yes stock. Wasn’t really expecting it either. I’m in Alaska. And I’m willing to be it was damaged previously to my ownership. :/Wow....that's a stock wheel, yes? That crack is eerily North/South...just a bad casting I guess? Dunno where you are but there are some roads that will absolutely kill wheels.
Those are some good looking rimsTriumph has a great line-up of wheels, but will be so much cheaper to buy one stock wheel...unless you are looking for a reason to go aftermarket.
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I’m at a weird spot. I had all this $ set aside for performance upgrades. But obviously doesn’t mean jack with a busted wheel. I’d like to get a set of wheels for 1-3k so I can still buy go fast parts.What’s your budget?
Stock replacement will likely be the cheapest and easiest.
Just get a stock replacement. Stock wheels are still tits. You’ll need 2-3 times that for a set of KILLER custom rims or Welds.I’m at a weird spot. I had all this $ set aside for performance upgrades. But obviously doesn’t mean jack with a busted wheel. I’d like to get a set of wheels for 1-3k so I can still buy go fast parts.
It seems as though I’m getting priced out of an upgrade on wheels right now. I’d rather buy a replacement oem and just do wheels next winter. This winter I gotta add some hp.Agree, one stock wheel is cheaper then 4 aftermarket wheels. Unless you want to upgrade then it's a different ballgame.