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Old 09-28-2010, 04:24 PM
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Wheels and Tires Gallore!!

If anyone is looking for Factory Wheels and Tires for anything, let me know. I got access to a warehouse full, and there tryin to liquidate some access.

Also, some aftermarket wheels, but not many. And some mud tires. I know there is some Parnelli Jones Dirt Grip for a 16.5 wheel.
Also have some Nitto Terra Grapplers and a few others.
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Old 09-29-2010, 07:55 AM
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1997 Toyota T100 needs new shoes

I think they didn't change from the Tundra until around 03

Let me know what you've got if anything.
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285/75-16E...

Preferably the dune grapplers I'm running now, but price might dictate.
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You got a line on some stock aluminum OBS dually wheels for the front? Mine are pitted bad & even has some chips in them around the ring of the center cap. The rear still looks great though (according to my wife). LOL!
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When wife's are involved, the "rear" always looks great!
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20x12 rims for my SD???
Black. Would you have anything like that?
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When wife's are involved, the "rear" always looks great!
Amen Brotha!!!
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285/75-16E...

Preferably the dune grapplers I'm running now, but price might dictate.
Can get some new ones for ya. Nothing used like that. Only thing close is the Dayton Mudders we have in that size.
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You got a line on some stock aluminum OBS dually wheels for the front? Mine are pitted bad & even has some chips in them around the ring of the center cap. The rear still looks great though (according to my wife). LOL!
No dually wheels at all. Sorry

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20x12 rims for my SD???
Black. Would you have anything like that?
No 20x12's used but can get them new.
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Old 10-01-2010, 06:52 AM
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what kinda of aftermarket wheels are we talking about? anything in the 18's...
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