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Old 03-03-2007, 04:51 PM
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JBronco has some extra stock 1990 XLT rims and tires

JBronco still here, Bronco still here, just been driving it y'know? I'm getting new rims and tires on Monday. So I will have the original 1990 rims with Goodyear Wranglers (not original of course) available for sale. Probably only of interest to anyone fairly local to Loveland, Colorado. See my gallery for pics of my truck with the rims/tires on it. The tires still have some tread on them but are winding down their life. One more winter at the most. I also have used quad front shock setup (total 6 shocks) that are original equipment, not sure if they are original to the truck but probably not. It rides well and does not float or bounce
but I bought six brand new OEM shocks to go with the new rims and tires. Best offer takes any or all of it once it is pulled from the truck. You can contact me directly at jse126 at hotmai! d0t c0m Thanks
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Old 03-04-2007, 01:10 AM
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what size tires? I'm up in Estes and I'll ask around. Jesse.
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