I purchased my truck new in 2014, over the course of this time the rims have had to be re-beaded 7 times, because of defective rims. First time I took it to Dave Arbogast to be fixed. The last good rim on my truck had started to leak so I contacted GM and they recommended I go to Dave Arbogast for the second time. When I talked to GM they said they could offer compensation for the rims because of the issues I’ve been having since I purchased the truck but had to talk to Dave Arbogast first to confirm they were defective. Dave Arbogast service member brought my rim into the building and said it was normal oxidizing on the rim. They couldn’t tell me though why all four rims have experienced this, some multiple times since I purchased the truck. Mind you this is a 2014 with 48,000 miles and has been garage kept and washed weekly. (My First thought Dave Arbogast is going to help but they are trying everything they can not to help). GM calls me back and said they spoke to Dave Arbogast and said they couldn’t do anything for me because Dave Arbogast said it was normal oxidization on aluminum rims. Thanks Dave Arbogast for standing up for your customer, I greatly appreciate that your more worried about being “so called right” than doing the right thing and making it right! First vehicle I’ve ever bought New and the last vehicle I’ll ever buy from Dave Arbogast!