I installed a set of 22 inch MX118 T-Sportline wheels on my Model X P90D about a month ago. I recently noticed some vibration and thought the wheels might need balanced or perhaps were improperly balanced at the tire shop. The tire shop discovered that two of the rims were bent (front driver and rear passenger). The manager said bent rims are common with any low profile wheel and can be caused by a pothole or speed bump. I am the only person who drives my vehicle (other than an occasional valet) and I haven't hit a curb. I certainly may have encountered a pothole or two. I was wondering if anyone has had an issue with bent 22 inch rims on the MX, generally, or with the T Sportline wheels, specifically. I wonder if the weight of the MC could be an issue. I can repair them for $150 each but don't want to have to do that every two months. Any insight would be appreciated, including advice on how to avoid this in the future (other than the most obvious advice of not hitting pot holes).