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Replace the rim first dont try to get it repaired or any tinturing work.Replace it fully for ur safety

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A bent rim cannot cause your vehicle to vibrate while stopped. What you describe seems more likely to be an engine misfire or possibly a drive train problem.

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I have a 2005 chevy Silverado 4x4 . How do you find out if the hubs are bent..

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You have some options. Many rims have the size stamped on the rim. You may have to remove it to find it. There are several web sites that sell use or new wheels. You could look through their catalogs an find a match. I have also gone to the junk yard and found a match for a car I used to own.
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I have a 2004 chevy Avavlanche. When I bought it the vehicle pulled to the right. The dealership rotated the tires and said it was good. Since then I have replaced the rims and wheels. After three...

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