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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1978Blazerk5, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. 1978Blazerk5

    1978Blazerk5 1/2 ton status

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    dyeager535 1 ton status Premium Member

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    I figure for a set of 4 *straight* wheels and good caps, that's a decent price. I wouldn't pay more than say $150 for a complete set in really nice shape.

    Make sure they are 15x8. There are at least 15x7's floating around in 6 lug, IIRC there are even 15x6's in the same pattern.

    Not that you NEED 15x8, but it keeps your tire options a bit more open.
     
  3. 1978Blazerk5

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    well im going to the junkyard friday ill see if i can find a set. i will probaly end up coming home with a truck load of parts i don't need:haha:
     
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    How about a set of 15X8 chevy steelies? but you have to buy them with the 35s that are mounted on them lol
     
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    no i got tires and a buget
     

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