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Old 04-05-2010, 03:59 PM
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Eagle alloy's?

Anyone running eagle alloy wheels wondering how good they are for the price i found some 20" sizes for around $700 i know cheap ain't always good that's why i am asking they say made in the USA that's a plus if it's true.
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Old 04-05-2010, 05:21 PM
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I have a set and havent had any issues or problems. Had mine powdercoated all black when they were brand new though so dont know if the stock wheels would have chipped or anything. Got mine for a great price too, main reason i decided on them
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I just took my set off. I ran them for about 2 years and they were great. The polishing held up well. My set are 20x10 i have them posted on the craigslist down here for $650. Here is a pic.

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They will stay nice is you keep them clean. But if you leave the salt and mud on them, they tend to cloud up pretty bad. You have to remember they are not clear coated, like the factory wheels.
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Old 04-06-2010, 08:43 PM
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nothing a little blue magic and a powerball cant fix
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Thanks for the info. the ones i was looking at are black so no polishing needed!
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just be careful with the offset alot of eagle rims are set way in towards the fenderwells.
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I just took my set off. I ran them for about 2 years and they were great. The polishing held up well. My set are 20x10 i have them posted on the craigslist down here for $650. Here is a pic.

Uhm yeah. Thanks for getting back to me on these.
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I have a set of Eagle 186's. They are pretty nice, but after about 6-12 months the oxidation builds up. Just pull them off and take a metal polish and it makes everything better.
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Uhm yeah. Thanks for getting back to me on these.
my bad, i think... You want them let me know. Im not sure how worth it, it will be with shipping prices.
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