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Old 03-18-2012, 06:26 PM
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250 is not a bad price? for 1/2 tons IMO

kilich got 4 for 125 that a steal......cause they are 8 lug.

That company in Washington wants 900.........WTHell lol
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Yeah its the 8 lug wheels that need the larger shank if you have 1/2 inch studs on the axle. They can be used with 9/16 studs and lugs also..
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im still on my search for a set of 8 lug jackmans or turbines...i know there is a set with my name on them somewhere!
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I've got turbines on my '73 F100 but prefer the look of the slots. Maybe after I clean them up they'll look a lot nicer.

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Got some turbines with my '79 250. Love the look. Gotta take some cleaner to the fronts though, because brake dust discolored them over the years.

The only thing I hate is they are 16.5. Makes finding tires interesting.

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im still on my search for a set of 8 lug jackmans or turbines...i know there is a set with my name on them somewhere!
Hang in there Fo Mo Co Bro, I'm a looking for ya on the Craiglist, I usually run across a set every so often......
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Here is a set I found on my local craigslist. It will probably cost you more to ship them than it did to purchase them...

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Dude you better buy them......at that price + shipping has to be better than 900. Or get a local FTE Indiana fella (noltingc81) hint hint to purchase and ship for you, if seller does not want to mess with shipping.
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he hasn't replied to my text, prolly doesn't wanna mess with me. ha
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These types of wheels pop on Craigslist quite often. At least in my neck of the woods that is.

I can try to get ahold of this guy for you if you want me to. Shoot me a PM or something. I'd be happy to help ya out.
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just bought a set of slots need lug nuts where do i find them
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I looked to ebay when I needed new lug nuts. They (oddly enough) were the cheapest place.
Not to totally hijack, but I like that the H2 rims look like a modern version of the old turbine rims. I got a set because they were cheap and use modern sized tires.
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wow those things look good. they bolt right up?
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just bought a set of slots need lug nuts where do i find them
Read in this thread around page 1 or 2 ........
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