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Brand NEW (4) 35X14.50" SSR (radials) on 15X10 (6lug) Eagle alloy

Discussion in 'Tires | Wheels' started by bigblaza, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. bigblaza

    bigblaza Registered Member

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    I picked these up about a year and some change ago for $1900 and was gonna put them on my K5 But decided on going to 38.5" instead (I also switched to 14bolt 8lug). These are brand new mounted on eagle alloy rims balanced and all. They are 6 lug and should fit on any 10bolt as long as it isnt upgraded to 8lug. I'd like to get $1100 since they are brand new and have 0 miles on them. But I will also trade, lemme know what you got.

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  2. muddybuddy

    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    thats a sweet looking combo. you might be able to run 6lug hubs on the 14b if you really wanna keep those rims/tires. looks killer
     
  3. bigblaza

    bigblaza Registered Member

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    yeah thought of that but I already have my new 38's with 20" rims
     
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    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    oh alright, that works
     
  5. ThaMule

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    i got a set of 40" groundhawgs with about 500 miles on them. they are mounted on mickey thompson classic 2's. they are 6 lug though and i think u said that you are going to go 8 lug. but i am lookin to trade though
     

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