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Old 01-24-2010, 06:20 AM   #1
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Stolen 44" tsl's

Tires off of goochies old big chevy stolen. Fairly new 44" tsl's with cuts from where they rubbed the fenders. Mounted on15" wheels with large eaton/Rockwell pattern. Stolen from a buddies house in Dumas. Please help him find them if they are heard of for sell oraybe seen on a rig during the sand drags. Thanks guys!
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Old 01-24-2010, 09:13 AM   #2
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Someone is getting close to finishing a free rig....I have had enough crap snagged this year to nearly build a rig. I have a good idea its someone who drives a trash truck--or maby even some of the "click-clucks" they shipped in to turn dumas into little africa.

Good luck--the dumas PD couldn't find a penny in the sofa.....
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That sucks to hear. Will keep an eye open.
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Hope they roll there vehical and get hurt!!!
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Hope they roll there vehical and get hurt!!!
yeah! then we don't have to jack it up to pull of the good parts and tires!
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Good luck--the dumas PD couldn't find a penny in the sofa.....
Good luck finding a penny in a college student's sofa.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:46 PM   #7
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One of the bad things about living in Amarillo, is the I-40/I-27 roads. Stolen goods are on thier way out of town before you know it.

Hopefully, he can recover them soon.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:50 PM   #8
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I had an old ugly Honda XR100 stolen from me about a year ago. It wasn't much of a bike, but it ran good and had sentimental value.

I also had 2 Eagle Alloy, 15x7, 5 on 4.25, 58s with 31x10.5 Wildcat MTs stolen. The whole set of four was laying there and they took two.
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I had an old ugly Honda XR100 stolen from me about a year ago. It wasn't much of a bike, but it ran good and had sentimental value.

I also had 2 Eagle Alloy, 15x7, 5 on 4.25, 58s with 31x10.5 Wildcat MTs stolen. The whole set of four was laying there and they took two.
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where the thieves are to narrow minded to get it right.

The tires will show. To many of us know, And the river and the local craiglists are to small.
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I will keep an eye out in the Dallas area and I am always searching (big)tires on the local CL so I will sure let ya know. The bastards stole my whole 94 cherokee from me about 6 years ago..found it hulled out in a field H.O. 4.0 trans new 30in BFG A/Ts..ahh hate to think about it.I payed $4000 for it 3 months before they stole it..
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Thats bullshit, I hate to hear of someones parts or stuff stolen, had someone break into the house a year ago, couple guns and electronics. Will defiently keep my eyes and ears open. Pieces of ****
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Tires off of goochies old big chevy stolen. Fairly new 44" tsl's with cuts from where they rubbed the fenders. Mounted on15" wheels with large eaton/Rockwell pattern. Stolen from a buddies house in Dumas. Please help him find them if they are heard of for sell oraybe seen on a rig during the sand drags. Thanks guys!
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I had an old ugly Honda XR100 stolen from me about a year ago. It wasn't much of a bike, but it ran good and had sentimental value.

I also had 2 Eagle Alloy, 15x7, 5 on 4.25, 58s with 31x10.5 Wildcat MTs stolen. The whole set of four was laying there and they took two.
Do you guys have any pictures, VIN's or anything else that can identify this stuff? The reason that I ask is because some of you may or may not know what I do for gainful employment besides decals and right now I'm expecting to be talking to some brethren from APD soon because of something I came across last night. That's about all I can say about it at this point...................

If you want, just PM the info.
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Old 01-26-2010, 12:33 PM   #13
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All I know about is that the tires looked fairly new, but had some cuts from rubbing the fenders, and they were for 15" wheels. Maybe Gooch could chime in with some more info, since they used to belong to him.
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I havent heard anything lately, but a guy I know has a hunch that he knows who did it.
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Old 02-01-2010, 08:16 PM   #16
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have these been found yet? Updates?
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