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Old 10-15-2007, 01:01 PM
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Old looking modern steel rims

I'm looking for some 15 x 4 1/2" bolt pattern rims 5 inch and six inch, I've seen some whick are sort of artillary looking and some multi holed ones like on a dodge neon, Anyone have a idea of a good rim to get that is old looking and new.

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Go to www.earlywheel.com and take a look.
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There's a company in Orange County, Ca that make some nice one two I belive I found them On e-bay buy chance. They will make them with any back space you want. Cool find.

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Early wheel is great, I think they had them on the delivery truck 10 minutes after I ordered them.
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