Beware of idiots
I would counter that statement with the thread appeared to me as a "look at what happens when you use your CF wheels on the street". That's exactly what it was. Then comes along the other side of the story of how the OP went out of his way to get him set of signature wheels. Thats all fine and commendable. As I said, if you want a set of aluminum wheels, then signature is your brand.That’s Tomsters M.O. he seems like a miserable person, that’s constantly posting negative shit.
However, and a big however, is the way the thread reinforces that this will eventually happen to you and the solution is signature wheels.
I strongly disagree and simply pointed out that the CF wheels can be repaired quite easily and that the aluminum wheels have more permanent issues should they be damaged.
Bash away, but this was just another advertisement and a way to make people think that CF wheel use on the street is bad news and that this kind of thing will happen to you.
I will, in due time, demonstrate that the repair process is quite easy and people with CF should enjoy their car as it was intended to be.