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Old Yesterday, 09:21 PM   #1
Antman
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Any difference in Detroit rims?

I have a 2013 base. Did my wheel bearings and noticed a wobble around 50 mph that gets a little worse as I go faster. Took my car to get rebalanced and the wobble turned out to be a bent rim. Going to get a replacement but first I was wondering if there are any differences like lighter or darker chrome shades before I get one. I was going to get new wheels but the Detroitís grew on me. Itís pretty crappy in Maine in the winter so I never really got going fast enough to notice. Also I just figured the roads are bad (especially in the winter) and the suspension is so stiff that I was feeling imperfections in the road. Canít wait to get the wheel and feel how stable it is at high speeds. Also glad wheel bearings on volkswagens are relatively easy. I was always intimidated by doing car work but learning that it isnít as hard as it seams as long as you can follow directions. That being said I donít think Iím going to try to carbon clean on my own. Watched that video and think I will get some help for that one. Anyway thanks in advance.
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Old Yesterday, 09:31 PM   #2
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There are no differences in Detroits but make sure you don't get Huffs by accident, which are dark gray instead of black.
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