TX more than tires

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  1. fourwheelerjeff

    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    got some stuff I need to sell;
    1: 1979 K5 Blazer with 4.10 44/14 bolt combo and 12" Superlift on it. Blazer is from Ohio and very rusty. I do have a title. $1250.00
    2: car hauler with 5 brand new tires from Discount with certs. $1350
    3: (4) 44/18.5-15 Swamper TSL. these tires have been wheeled on and have rock rash: $1200
    4: (4) 42/15-15 Swamper TSL. these tires have been wheeled on and have rock rash. $1200
    5. (4) 39.5/16.5-16 PitBull Rockers on black hole 8x6.5 16x10 rims. $1200
    6: (4) 37/12.50R17 Falken Rocky Mountain ATS on American Outlaw 8x6.5 rims. $1150
    7: (4) 39.5/13.5-15 Iroks on 6x5.5 15X10 aluminum beadlocks. $1150
    8: (5) 36/12.50-15 TSL SX on 15x8 5x4.5 rims. $1150
    9: (4) 39.5/13.50-16.5 Iroks on recentered H1 beadlock wheels 8x6.5 $1150
    10: (4) Trail Ready Beadlocks 8x6.5 15x10. these are steel wheels with an aluminum outer ring. $600
    11. (4) Recentered H1 wheels 6x5.5 centers. $400
    12. (4) New 15x10 8x6.5 black hole wheels. $250
    13. (4) 36/12.50R15 TSL radials. $600
    14. 34' bumper pull trailer. this is an old mobile home frame that was made into a car hauler. it needs some axles on it and some work. $1250
    15. 1991 Ford F600 that is listed https://ck5.com/forums/threads/f600-crawler-hauler.334874/. $5500
    16. Lots (100?) of new ProComp white body ES3000 shocks. I will try to get a part number list and post up. $25 each

    all prices are "Or Best Offer"
    More to come as I clean out and go through things.
    I have been collection and hoarding for 30 years. as I near retirement it is time to thin out and just keep what I know I am going to use.
     
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    imiceman44 Hoarder extraordinaire Premium Member

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    Good luck.
    It's taking me longer to get rid of stuff than it took me to acquire them
     
  3. fourwheelerjeff

    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    I hear you :D

    every once in a while I will get a wild hair and try to sell stuff but when no one is interested I just let it die out. However, this time I plan on just keeping on until I get some stuff sold as I need funds to remodel the house I am moving to for retirement.
     
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    imiceman44 Hoarder extraordinaire Premium Member

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    That's what is happening with me exactly.
    Long ways from retirement but hopefully if it happens I will be in good shape then.
    Already much better but still a ways to go
     
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    Pictures of the trailready beadlocks?
     
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    Desert_K5 1/2 ton status Vendor

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    Pics of #6 please. I have no experience with shipping tires or if you'd even consider it?
     
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    firemedicsafd Professional Murphy magnet Premium Member

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    Pics of # 10 please.
     
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    nvrenuf I grind my welds. Premium Member

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    Do the recentered H1’s have pressed centers?
     
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    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    I apologize, I will try to get some. I kinda forgot I had posted this.

    I apologize. I will try to get some. I kinda forgot I had posted this.

    I apologize. I will try to get some. I kinda forgot I had posted this.

    I don't know if you mean the 8 lug or 6 lug but they both do.
     
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    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    generic picture off the internet; these are early Trailready beadlocks
    [​IMG]
     
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    nvrenuf I grind my welds. Premium Member

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    Some recentered H1’s are done with flat plate and some are done with “pressed centers” that look like the center piece from a Bart wheel.
     
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    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    not the best pic but one I found of the truck they are on
    [​IMG]
     
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    fourwheelerjeff Jeff's Offroad Emporium Staff Member Moderator

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    no, you misunderstand. I am saying both the 6 lug and 8 lug H1s I have for sale have pressed centers

     
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    nvrenuf I grind my welds. Premium Member

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    Ooooh, I gotcha now. Would you separate the 8 lug wheels? Shipping would probably be miserable though.
     
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    thank you for your effort. GLWS.
     

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