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Fookin well sick.....didnt see the hole while the last minute....had my rims less than a week........anyway it bent the outer lip....gonna take a piccy of the depth of the hole and send a letter to the local council.....anyone any idea on what depth is 'acceptable' before you can claim?
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well i should think any damage caused by a pothole that should have been sorted by the council should be repaired an paid for by the council

i remeber 1 of my neighbours buggered his ankle when he tripped on a loose paving slab, had a go at the council,

5 grand compensation thankyou very much
 

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Give them some hell mate. You pay concil tax for a reason, and that's not to be driving through potholes!

As we all pay road tax and council tac, we should be able to drive on hole free roads.

*Steps of soapbox*

Claim it mate, you're entitled to :thumbs:
 

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Give them some hell mate. You pay concil tax for a reason, and that's not to be driving through potholes!

As we all pay road tax and council tac, we should be able to drive on hole free roads.

*Steps of soapbox*

Claim it mate, you're entitled to :thumbs:
Yeah too right....the outer rim is stuck out..does that mean its buckled? if so i ll get a price for a new rim off evo..plus my petrol money to go back to Manchester plus the cost of having to take the tyre off and rebalancing
 

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Yeah, careful mate, and get all costs into your letter including any time related costs.

You would get it if you were at work, and how are they to know you don't work weekends and things.

Screw them for a replacement and a little something for the hassle and distress :D
 

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ka$h said:
Yeah, careful mate, and get all costs into your letter including any time related costs.

You would get it if you were at work, and how are they to know you don't work weekends and things.

Screw them for a replacement and a little something for the hassle and distress :D
Just been on a wheel refurbishment site and buckled wheels cant be fixed if more out than the centre..which it is.....so ...i ll get a price for a new wheel off evo....now how do i sleep tonight? i wanna wring some fookers neck........got a 30 mile trp just to take a piccy.........now heres the twilight zone bit.......when i set off i made sure my lockin nut key and socket set was def in the car along with my kwikfit roadside assinstance (which i just joined)..and thought mmmm i ll take a tenner just in case i need some money.....never bothered b4 ..even sometimes forgot the spare wheel :oops: ......yeah yeah...long story
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It sounds like uve done exactly the same as what i done with my car!!!!!!!!

If there is still air in the wheel it should bash back out, i hit a pothole at 50mph flatspotted both front and back wheels.

Took it back to the place where i got my wheels and the guy fixed it for nuthin. Sounds crude but some alloys are fairly soft metal so it should bash bak into shape with a rubber mallet. I had them rebalanced too.

As 4 claiming the council, good luck.

It got me nowhere, my parents have also tried to force a claim without a success. My dad hit a pothpothole bout 8" deep, buckled wheel n broke a drive shaft with no luck!
The roads are terrible in South Lanarkshire!

it makes me mad!
 
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