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But...in my driving, fixing, and maintaining cars over 34 years THAT was the very first time I ever had that happen. I had the shop take all the studs out of that rim and replace all of them with new ones. Upon MY inspection of the studs, it appeared to me that the metal failed.
None of the other wheels had the problem and I haven't had anymore problems since.
My question is simple: how can one detect this problem before endangering everyone on the road? Are there some characteristics to look for?
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