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Old 09-22-2009, 03:13 PM
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Cragar Mag Mystery

I have these 25-year old like new Cragar 16 x 8 unilugs mags. I bought these wheels and tires around 1984 for my '72 Corvette (the DOT code on the tire is PKWU PNB 094, which seems to indicate September 1984). Neither rim nor tire has never touched a highway, let alone been driven in the rain. They're Cragar but I haven't seen a set in a long time. I'd like to sell the rims but I don't know what to call them. Anyone recognize them?

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The tires (265/50 D16 bias ply) still have the molding nibs on the tread but at their age, they're only good for destruction at a burnout contest (more like a tire chunk-blowing contest).
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I think I remember them being called Crager super street trick or something similar. Sears used to sell them in their catalog.
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You might try Crager Pro Trek. I'm not sure of the spelling
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