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Old 08-19-2011, 02:34 PM
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Went looking for wheels and i think i found a jack pot

So im friends with an older guy who is constantly dragging in this or that vehicle and has parts scattered all over the place so yesterday i went out searching for wheels for my 64 f250. I was looking for a set of 16 in lock ring wheels with innie hubcap nubs and i found a full set of them and while digging through the piles of wheels i found 3 of the 5 hole 17.5 in innie one piece wheels for the old half tons. I only found three but it wouldn't surpise me if there is one or two more out there some where. I also found 1 one piece 16 in 8 hole innie wheel which i hear are pretty rare. I also found a few innie 15 in 5 holes and i even found a few lock ring 15 in wheels which i never knew they made. There was also a few jeep wheels and lots of outie wheels and a few five and eight hole wheels with wire clip instead of nubs not sure what the are for (old dodge maybe??)
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Sounds like a fun day of hunting! Hope your grinning from ear to ear...
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Glad you found so much stuff! I would like some innie 15 5 holes but you are too far away. Most of the stuff around here, if it hasn't been put under cover of some sort is in rough shape. Snow all winter and rain all summer takes it's toll!
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well i think the next time i go out there i will try to round up a few more innie wheels even if i will never use them they would be worth saving.
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