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any body running these? im curious on how strong they are for every day use....if they bend easy? im asking because there is a good amount of bad roads in my area and i dont want to waste my money if they are easy bending wheels......also are they fixable?
 

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if you hit a whole hard enogh to damage a rim, then odds are any rim woulda been hurt by the same hole.

The ccw classics do look nice, and i would still run them, but just be careful

maybe sacrifice some style, and go with a taller sidewall if your really worried.
 

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http://www.ccwheel.com/files/wheelprofiles-model.php?id=classic

They are three piece wheels which means you can replace just the damaged part rather than buying an entire new wheel. They are also forged for strength. I have never heard of someone bending or breaking a CCW wheel. Not saying it hasn't happened (no wheel is impervious to damage), but I cannot think of anyone every doing it.
 

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I have CCW's 19's on my M3, and I live in Dallas. My side walls are next to nothing. And in Dallas - Talk about bad roadways. I've hit some pretty bad bumps/pot holes on the highway (635) and it actually threw off my alignment. But no damage was done to the wheels. I would feel confident buying CCW's.
 
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