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Old 08-28-2004, 09:28 AM
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Question Does anyone know.......

Where I can pick up a set of wheels like the ones posted below?

I have been searching high & low in the local area & haven't been to successful about finding any. I would love to have them on my 88 F-150. The size that I need is 15" with 5 @ 5.5.

New or used, it doesn't matter as long as they are in decent condition.



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Any luck finding these wheels. They could possibly be discontinued. I used to be keen on all that stuff when I was back busting tires but its been 5 years now and things have dramatically changed. The biggest wheel I had ever had to deal with was a 16 on a porcshe. I saw a friggin 26 when I was at the state fair!!!! I am still waiting for someone to bring back the coolest wheel ever made. The turbine. I love those wheels. So hard to find now too.
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Actually I just got a email from someone today saying they have a set listed on eBay under Bronco wheels or something like that.

I haven't looked yet. I'm not sure if I'm needing them any longer. I think I'm going to turn that F-150 into a winter beater/rust eater & find another 4x4 truck to play with.
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