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Old 11-08-2009, 10:12 PM
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09 lariat wheels and tires for sale brand new

I just bought a truck and am selling the wheels and tires which have 1000 miles on them. they are the 18" lariat wheels and continental tires. would like $900 plus shipping or meet me in washington. offers considered
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Old 11-08-2009, 10:28 PM
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I know this will offend the OP but guys 6 post Beware. Sorry not ment to be an azz but a lot of people have been burned here ... If good intension's I'm sorry ..
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It seems kinda sketchy because the new Lariats have 20" wheels, not 18's. Am I correct, or did they start putting 18's on them in
09'.....
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Where at in Washington? If you are close i can swing by take a look and vouch for the products.
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It seems kinda sketchy because the new Lariats have 20" wheels, not 18's. Am I correct, or did they start putting 18's on them in
09'.....
18" is standard 20" is optional.
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18" is standard 20" is optional.
Sorry Big Tone, didnt know. Now I do!
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ask for some pics......send payment via paypal and have them put a hold on it to make sure you get the product. If you dont get it...then cancel the payment
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It seems kinda sketchy because the new Lariats have 20" wheels, not 18's. Am I correct, or did they start putting 18's on them in
09'.....
My 09 Lariat has 18's.
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Old 11-10-2009, 03:46 PM
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My 2008 Job 3 also has 18's. 20's were a $1500 option.

IMO, won't be buying Continental tires to replace these when they wear out. 40k is the most I've seen anyone get on the tires. In the first 10k my 4WD got stuck in mud twice on flat level ground. The first time was in my own front yard. Never more than 4" deep. Thankful for the tow eyelets on the front.
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