Question: Rim Corporation makes tire rims and sells them to Superior
Rim Corporation makes tire rims and sells them to Superior Vehicles, Inc., who installs them on cars. One set of rims is defective, which an inspection would reveal. Superior does not inspect the rims. The car with the defective rims is sold to Town Auto Sales, which sells the car to Uri. Soon, the car is in an accident caused by the defective rims, and Uri is injured. Is Superior Vehicles liable? Explain your answer
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