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that them to a machine shop and have them sloted and matched to the rims that fit. then run a universal lug nut on that rim other wise it may work the lugs loose and fall off

[ October 17, 2002: Message edited by: meanmachine666 ]</p>
 

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Originally posted by jniolon:
<strong>I understand the slotting part...

don't know what a universal lug nut is thought ???

john</strong><hr></blockquote>

it is where the machine shop will cut a 1/8" deep slot for the washer to set in to insure that the lug nug is seated all the way. Hate to see anyone lose a wheel going down the road.
you can also try one other place it is in El Paso Texas called Tops Tire and Wheel they have a lot of rims that are not made anymore for cheap prices.
 
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