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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-07-2002, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

8-12" wide, in or near Michigan, less than 100 or so..
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-08-2002, 07:45 PM
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Re: Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

well there $45 a piece new[ I checked local tire store ] and I want $75 for mine with $125 shipping [ I checked UPS from me to you ] its cheaper to buy new ones dude / its not that I,m giving you sh!t its just that shipping has gone way high because of 9/11 / forkin sheet heads-goat forkers
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Re: Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

Well I bought some before you posted anyways, oh well.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 08-12-2002, 01:59 PM
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Re: Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

im know i don't live by you but what tire dealer has those rims?
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M-91 Tire, in Belding, MI 48809 on Storey Road.

*Edit* They are "unique wheels" 15x10., will get part number tomarrow or wednesday.
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Re: Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

I'm not sure why anyone would want to go from 16" to 15's wheels. The 15's cost less but with 33" or larger tires you may have more handling problens due to the amount of rubber to obtain the hight you want. With the 16's you already have an extra inch to start with. then no need to find different cal/rotors etc or do the grinding some people have done. If you are like the most of us you spend more time on the highway then in the dirt or mud. If you want to upgrade your brake sustem you have alot more choices.
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Re: Looking for some 15\" 8 bolt rims.... Cheap...

I went with 15s because thats what the used tires were that I bought. This isn't streetable, so I am not like most of you. The calipers don't need any trimming that I see, I have about 1/8" clearance between the rim and caliper, then when I grind them I should be able to balance the wheels, so if I go down to the neighbors, I dont have to idle the whole way... Thanks for the input though!
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