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tru_Asiatik_Pride
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Nov 23, 5:14am - #62303 
sooo piss made my day horrible...

just curbed my rim 2nite while i was parking backing up i couldnt see it so next thing you know scrraapppe...DAMMITTTT its not bad its on the lip's outer edge cant really see it if you look at it head on but still got me mad angry angry

any one know how to fix it??? or do i just have to live with it
grrr just so mad... what i hate is the more careful iam with my car the more damage i do to it ggggrrrrrr!!! angry angry

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Nov 23, 5:43am - #62304 
That's harsh man, I've done that too but not only scratched my rims it broke my bumper. I don't think there is anything you can do...

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Nov 23, 6:15am - #62305 
heii mann sorry to hear that bro...good luck with it

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Elec-FuYu
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Nov 23, 9:29am - #62306 
u can always repair a curbed rim...
but if that's just a little scratch...live with it, not worth the money to get it repaired~
if ur rim is chipped, or scratched bad, go to some bodyshop and ask them to repair the rim for ya...


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Nov 23, 1:17pm - #62307 
you know when you back up for street parking you should use your side Mirror controls and push the down button for the right side so you can see the curb as you back up. That way you won't get any damage since you know where the curb is. thumbsup

oh and don't forget to put it back to normal when driving!

ya i got this from the beemers and benz's because they auto do this when you put into reverse gear smile

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tru_Asiatik_Pride
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Nov 24, 6:07pm - #62308 
Originally Posted by Elec-FuYu
u can always repair a curbed rim...
but if that's just a little scratch...live with it, not worth the money to get it repaired~
if ur rim is chipped, or scratched bad, go to some bodyshop and ask them to repair the rim for ya...

do you know how much they normally cost???
i was thinking of just buying another one since its only $150 but that would be a last resort if i cant have it fixed idunno

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Street Prototype
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Nov 24, 6:25pm - #62309 
that sucks, tang ina!


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Nov 24, 6:28pm - #62310 
Originally Posted by Street Prototype
that sucks, tang ina!


thats what i said rofl rofl

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Nov 24, 6:29pm - #62311 
Originally Posted by tru_Asiatik_Pride
Originally Posted by Street Prototype
that sucks, tang ina!


thats what i said rofl rofl


you know it! rofl


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Nov 24, 7:52pm - #62312 
Originally Posted by asian_punk
you know when you back up for street parking you should use your side Mirror controls and push the down button for the right side so you can see the curb as you back up. That way you won't get any damage since you know where the curb is. thumbsup

oh and don't forget to put it back to normal when driving!

ya i got this from the beemers and benz's because they auto do this when you put into reverse gear smile
I just open my door and look out. grin


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JBing
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Nov 24, 8:37pm - #62313 
sucks, my dad curbed one of my white rims, made me so mad angry But what are ya gonna do? beat up your dad, I wish rofl


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Nov 24, 9:02pm - #62314 
hence why my parents will never drive my car...eventhough they paid for it. Lol rofl

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Nov 24, 9:04pm - #62315 
Originally Posted by ev3
hence why my parents will never drive my car...eventhough they paid for it. Lol rofl

Never again!


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