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Old 03-27-2011, 08:52 AM
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Reman wheels

looking to find a good place to buy remanufactured wheels... found only a place or two online.. want to see if you guys happen to know anyone online that is at a good price but yet also had a good product.... I want the same wheels that I have now on my EX... you will see why I want new ones in the pics









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You should go aftermarket
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You should go aftermarket
this may be true.... but I love the look of those wheels and well I don't like the rubber band look
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You don't have to buy low profile tires. aka rubber band. Check you local body shop for repair or replacement. I think those wheels came on 99 lariets. Six hole wheel looks nice and many more around.IMO.
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You don't have to buy low profile tires. aka rubber band. Check you local body shop for repair or replacement. I think those wheels came on 99 lariets. Six hole wheel looks nice and many more around.IMO.
I think those wheels were on the Limited Excursion and KR trucks only. You won't change his mind because he's a stubborn a**! I've tried
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You don't have to buy low profile tires. aka rubber band. Check you local body shop for repair or replacement. I think those wheels came on 99 lariets. Six hole wheel looks nice and many more around.IMO.
I konw I don't have too.. but the larger the wheel you get the smaller the tire will be.... And I'm not much into the look of that...

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I think those wheels were on the Limited Excursion and KR trucks only. You won't change his mind because he's a stubborn a**! I've tried
maybe I am... but I wish I could find some were to either redo them for $150 per wheel or buy some for that price also
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I konw I don't have too.. but the larger the wheel you get the smaller the tire will be.... And I'm not much into the look of that...



maybe I am... but I wish I could find some were to either redo them for $150 per wheel or buy some for that price also
I thought Tire Barn would do it for $100 ea.
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I thought Tire Barn would do it for $100 ea.
I guess the guy I talked to on the phone didn't know what he was talking about... went in and talked to them and said it would be cheaper to find ones that was already remaned...

if there was a chrome shop close by I would call and ask them how much it would cost...
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I think the cheapest I found was $185 range
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I think the cheapest I found was $185 range
I'd hate to pay that much for each wheel... but I may have to....

guess I could call Bedford and see what kind of price I can get on new ones
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