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Their wheel guy needs to be fired fast. There is no excuse for that.
That's a little extreme IMO. I'm sure there's a good reason for it. If the local wheel guys couldn't balance it either then I suspect the wheel itself. I know because I had almost the exact same problem with a set of used GT4s. Because they were used I thought that was the problem.
I'm positive AM will make this right. They normally do. I doubt, however, they need to fire someone for it.
I thought I read about the same thing happening to someone else recently also. It almost sounded word for word. I can't remember now when it was. Either way, seems like a pretty quick fix. I'm sure AM will make it right. And maybe they have a new guy working over there who needs a refresher. No biggie.
Was made an offer I couldn't refuse...sold my Mustang.
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