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Old 12-10-2005, 09:57 PM
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Need to find tires for 18x7 & 20x8 rims!!

Anyone know where i could find them at.Any help would be great!Thank's for your time.It's for a 1971 Pontiac LeMans.I'm have to put 18x7 on front(cause of rubbing issues)and 20x8 on the rear just need to find tires for the rims.So if anyone could lend me a hand in finding them thank's.

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Old 12-11-2005, 01:22 AM
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Dubs Y00000!!!!

you need to take those big billet rims off and get a decent set. i have some restored pontiac 15" rallys!

and what the h3ll is this askin for tires.. heard of the yellow pages?
this is a nation wide forum, try your local TIRE SHOP. they might beable to help you. but then again can anything?

mabe my next post i will be asking where to get vaccume line
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