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Rh1no
[IMG]http://i1130.photobucket.com/albums/m521/rhino19/Focus%20Zetec%20S/1A9471B7-C835-4CF4-81AE-83EF5B769C48-8079-00000442E9137E09.jpg[/IMG]

Fixable or not folks? Also will that fail an MOT?

Thanks :)
Stoney871
I'd get a wheel expert to look at that, it doesn't appear to have damaged the seal and may be able to be knocked back into alignment but get a professional diagnosis.
NorthSussex
[color=#0000ff][size=5][font=comic sans ms,cursive]Ouch![/font][/size][/color]

[color=#0000ff][size=5][font=comic sans ms,cursive]Why is it that Ford locking wheel nuts are such crap, rusting like mine.[/font][/size][/color] :(
liam-20
did you do that ryan??
Rh1no
[quote name='liam-20' timestamp='1347899851' post='207113']
did you do that ryan??
[/quote]

No mate certainly not, came like that.
LilLew
you can use a block of wood and a mallet to knock it back into shape but i would let the flat first
Rh1no
[quote name='LilLew' timestamp='1350430218' post='211982']
you can use a block of wood and a mallet to knock it back into shape but i would let the flat first
[/quote]

Not sure I'd like to try that :/


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