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Cracked Denali Rim

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HI there, I have recently had the excat same thing happen to me with my 2017 GMC Sierra Elevation with 20 in rims. THe driver side front rim cracked on the inside edge with no significant impact and no visible damage to the tire. I am fighting the dealership as we speak. How did you make out?

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How do you know if its not a soft wheel.  My dealer shared that there was an effort to find wheels that were not processed correctly and regarded as soft to the specification.  This type of wheel would fail under normal loads on the road.  I understand some wheels have evidence of some type of hardness testing on the back of the wheel, invisible to the customer while on the truck.  Might want to review with the dealer.

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I’ve had exact same problem recently. The  rear passenger side rim cracked on inside . 20 in rims . Never hit anything . First time I ever had a flat since I bought truck new.Just changed factory tires after 105000 km 3 days earlier at deskershop . Bought exact same Goodyear tires . 2018 Silverado. After 3 days I got low pressure alarm . Figured it was just a nail I picked up 

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