My 2003 Chevy Tahoe rear driver side wheel came off while on the highway. Nobody was hurt and I was able to grind over to the side of the road (all fortunate). My lug studs were bent so I replaced all of them. The drivetrain and gears look ok, as does the rotor. For now I used the spare that came with the truck (full sized, different rim). The rim of the other tire is damaged. A shop recommended I replace it. I was wondering if it is repairable. Here are some pictures:
My concern is that the aluminum that is around the edges will rub into the tire and eventually put a hole in it. I'm wondering if I can potentially take the tire off, use a sander to smooth out the edges, and then put the tire back on.
What else might I need to do, or is my only safe option to replace the rim entirely (and the tire too?)