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I recently got a cracked rim on my 2011 CRZ. I'm looking for a replacement but the dealership I bought it from already had aftermarket wheels on it. This may be a shot in the dark but I'm looking to see if anyone might know the rim I need and where to buy it from. I believe it's 17" but not 100% sure.

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that's an 18" wheel, not a 17. Not sure where that came from, but you'll be a little better protected from future pothole damage with a set of 17 or 16 inch rims.

Also, get a set of OEM wheels. they are often much stronger than aftermarket wheels and more readily obtained.
 

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There are shops which specialize in repairing alloys. Yours is an 18", by the way, it's on the tire.

For a daily driver, 16" or 17" is a better choice. The taller sidewall gives more protection to the wheel.
 

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I mentioned repair companies in my posting. The guys I used are not around anymore and it depends on area which is why I did not give a link also he is not near me. The link I have is Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists | Premium Wheel Repair but appears dead.

There are shops which specialize in repairing alloys. Yours is an 18", by the way, it's on the tire.

For a daily driver, 16" or 17" is a better choice. The taller sidewall gives more protection to the wheel.
 

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I mentioned repair companies in my posting. The guys I used are not around anymore and it depends on area which is why I did not give a link also he is not near me. The link I have is Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists | Premium Wheel Repair but appears dead.
LOL sorry I meant to say they specialize in cracked alloys. I went to one shop because my mom borrowed my car a few weeks ago and curbed one of my new wheels :(
They said they only did cracks or structural repair, no cosmetic work, no tire shop services, etc. I just found them on Google Maps.
 

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Company I mentioned does all repairs and will not do the work if wheel will be unsafe. Not just cosmetic .
LOL sorry I meant to say they specialize in cracked alloys. I went to one shop because my mom borrowed my car a few weeks ago and curbed one of my new wheels :(
They said they only did cracks or structural repair, no cosmetic work, no tire shop services, etc. I just found them on Google Maps.
 
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