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Wanted: set of stock wheels

Hey all,

I'm looking for a set of stock 16"x7" 8 hole, 170mm pattern wheels, cheap. The lame steel wheels (like the spares) in particular would be fine as I would paint them black and just use them to run a more aggressive, tall tire for occasional hunting trips or offroad use. I'll then keep 235/85 highway tires on my fancy rims for daily use, towing, better/quieter ride and better mileage.

Let me know if you are looking to get rid of your take-offs.

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I've got some Eagle 589's that I have been trying to sell forever. Would $150 plus shipping be too much? I've got pics and they are in pretty good shape.
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Super - check your PM's.

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I should have an OEM set with the caps and nuts. I sold them to a guy, he painted them black.......and never paid me for them. I'm not sure what year Ford truck they'll fit?
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Here are some pics. I have the center caps and lug nuts to, those are a little rusty though but should clean up nice.
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I should have an OEM set with the caps and nuts. I sold them to a guy, he painted them black.......and never paid me for them. I'm not sure what year Ford truck they'll fit?
If you can take some accurate measurements we can determine if they'll fit. I need to know the hub hole diameter and lug bolt hole spacing.

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pm me if the deal if gem doesn't buy.
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Ok, the rims are now at the house..... how do I get the hole spacing? There are some numbers stamped in the rim....would that help?
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Rich,

Measure the bolt holes center-to-center through the center of the wheel. Then measure the diameter of the center hole. Go here: http://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html. Take the measurements in millimeters if possible, otherwise get to the nearest 1/16". Backspacing should be ok if these are stock rims. Snap a couple photos if you can. If need be you can upload them to http://www.fotosrv.com/ - you don't don't need to have an account and it doesn't cost you anything. Just cut and paste the URL it provides once you upload.

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pm me if the deal if gem doesn't buy.

Buckeyestroker - if you are referring to Superf350's wheels then you're in luck. Not quite what I was looking for so hopefully you'll get a sweet deal! :Thumbup:

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