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Old 12-06-2005, 01:56 PM
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I'm looking for some wheels for my 84 F-150 and was wondering if anyone had any laying around they want to sell or possibly trade. I have a ton of 15x 4.5 rims that will fit Rangers and so on, but no 15 x 5.5. I'm looking for anything and they don't have to be perfect, steel, aluminum, aftermarket, whatever. I just want an improvement over that plain old wheels that I have.
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Whats with that,i think i have 7 ranger rims laying around, and about 1 F150 rim. Theres too many of those 5x4.5 it seems, lol.
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That, and Ford cars as well. I have 8 extra turbine style wheels for our 79 T-bird, one set which is pretty much new since they have been proffesionally refinished. I have an almost new set of four newer aluminum Ranger/Explorer wheels. About 10 Misc stock steel wheels from Rangers Bronco II's I have parted out. Various Cragar SS and Keystone Classic wheels that are unilug, but in that pattern range. It really looks like I have Ford trucks and parts growing out of the ground.
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lol, yeah, i'm only 18 and i can say that the abundance of parts i have laying about really doesnt make my parents too happy. i had like 10 tires laying around, my door skins for my truck, misc. interior parts, windows, power window motors, etc. keep in mind we live in town and dont have alot of inside space, lol.
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Ok, wound up buying a set of turbine style wheels for $80. Can remove post if needed.
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