Anybody else cringe when they hear the word rims?
Maybe it is just me, but I really hate it when people refer to wheels as "rims". The rim is the outer part of the wheel. There is the center part of the wheel with the holes, then the spokes which connect to the rim (outer part of the wheel). Seems to me that people who call wheels "rims" are more interested in looks than performance. Not that there is anything wrong with that. Just an observation that I have seen. Does this annoy anybody else or am I alone in this pet peeve?
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