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Alcoa Wheels

Does anyone know where I can find some 22.5" Alcoa Wheels in the b-more area. I think CRW carries them, but was looking for some more options because they are usually pretty pricey over there


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try here -

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I too was looking at Alcoas but the idea of adapters does not sit well w/ me -

check out the '05 Darkstone 350 duelly on 19.5's they do have 22's

think these look better as well - price is steep about 1k more than pete wheels (8) for my '06 GD SS spread- but truck & big trucks - what's the difference !
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If you are talking about 22.5" Alcoa wheels like on a dump truck, Hunter- Keystone Peterbilt in Lancaster, PA has about the best pricing around. I want to say that my brother paid around $325/ea a few months ago. I think the list price is $385 and dealer cost is around $300.

Baltimore is another good place to get wheels. No matter where you go, you won't get a great price unless you argue like he!! with the parts guy!
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