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I hit a bit of lead pipe on the highway a while ago, it's damaged the front wheel. There is no air leak but it's a decent bend in it. Now ive had little luck on sourcing a 2nd hand replacement and I'm just wondering if I could just try and knock it back into alignment or is this asking long for trouble?
 

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There is a local company to you that does this professionally. I would guess around $75-100 if you just bring them the wheel with no tire on it. Just look for wheel straightening, if that doesn't find you something local, call a tire shop and ask who they use.

You say it is not leaking air so I'd say they are going to be able to get it darn near perfect.
 

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There is a local company to you that does this professionally. I would guess around $75-100 if you just bring them the wheel with no tire on it. Just look for wheel straightening, if that doesn't find you something local, call a tire shop and ask who they use....
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Taking the wheel to a bike repair place on Friday, might be able to fix it. Otherwise there is a second hand er6n wheel with tyre witg disc brakes on ebay for sale. I assume it will fit the Versys?
 

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Taking the wheel to a bike repair place on Friday, might be able to fix it. Otherwise there is a second hand er6n wheel with tyre witg disc brakes on ebay for sale. I assume it will fit the Versys?
Yes, it should....
 
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