Nope, not an MOT fail unless the tester was a complete and utter fox picture Had worse than that at work, bit of tyre bead sealer and they stay inflated and surprisingly balance up ok! I wouldn't be concerned if that wheel was on my own vehicle
Post by grumpynorthener on Jan 22, 2019 21:21:41 GMT
There are companies out there that will straighten that for you on a specialist piece of expensive kit but they are good at what they do -depends on what price you put on straight wheels though has its's £60 + vat for getting something like that sorted
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I've had two wheels like that fixed. Look for a local wheel refurb place, they'll either be able to fix them or will know someone else who can. IIRC it cost about £35 per wheel, but that was several years ago.
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