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Alloy wheels on rangerover sports are blistering contacted landrover over warranty the say probelm caused by kerbing

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If there under warrenty ask for the manager ad say you will contact the head office this should be fixed these will blister because of many things but alloy rims should not do that for at least 5or 6 yrs so there is a problem with them ,,,poorley made or so on

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I think following article found to be interesting.
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