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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-09-2011, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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Level 8 Motorsports - Tracker

Click Here For: Sizes, Specs, and Pricing on the New LEVEL 8 TRACKER

Level 8 Motorsports continues building innovative and classic styles with their recent release of the Tracker. Level 8 Motorsports
utilizes superior manufacturing for a superior quality product, that is safe, affordable and looks great on your truck or SUV. No
matter if you find yourself in the hills, the rocks, in a mud hole, or driving on the street, Level 8 Motorsports is the company for all
of your alloy wheel needs.

  • TPMS Friendly means any OE or after-market tire pressure monitoring sensors will fit
  • 1-Piece cast construction
  • Excellent brake caliper clearance eliminates the worry of wheels not fitting
  • Conical seat lug-holes match our Gorilla lug nuts.

*Some sizes not currently available

  • Lifetime warranty on workmanship and material defects
  • One-year warranty on painted defects (does not cover polished finish)
  • 2500lb. load carrying capacity on 5 and 6 lug applications
  • 3640lb. load carrying capacity on 8 lug applications

If you are running the Level 8 Tracker, post a picture or two we, as well as the manufacturer, would love to see them.

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please delete this SPAM. They are not offering any tire tips.

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Thanks for posting it will be very useful for everyone.

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Your given information about motorsports is very interesting. This will really helpful for us. Thanks for sharing with us.
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