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    RyRidesMotoX is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Don't buy COR wheels

    I was actually in the same run group as this guy... if I didn't pass him a few turns before, I would have got it on video. We all thought he didn't tighten his lug nuts but apparently the wheel broke and the hub was the only thing left attached to the car.

    Read on I don't know who this dude is, all I know is that he is a fellow enthusiast and COR seems to be giving him a raw deal. So I am gonna post this on every forum I am a member on.

    http://jalopnik.com/5953859/this-guy...ium=socialflow

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    Re: Don't buy COR wheels

    I wouldn't have driven around the block with those wheels on my tanker. How exactly was the paint process done? Extreme high heat baked might have had an adverse effect on the aluminum, powder coated would have definately ruined them, but the design hardly looks strong enough for even normal driving. Wildomar? I'm on the other side of the hump.

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