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Old 11-06-2011, 04:20 PM   #1
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39.5/13.5/17 Iroks on pro comp auminum wheels

Would like to trade for some 42s or 44s. I would need wheels to go with them also unless the are 17s and I can keep my wheels.

99% tread left no rock rash, no cuts,plugs anything like that

Wheels are 17x8 or9 in pro comp aluminum wheels that look like the Mickey Thompson wheels with big holes all the way around them.

Very nice wheels and tires I will try to get picks tomorrow.

If you are interested please call or text me. (903)780-6754
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Re: 39.5/13.5/17 Iroks on pro comp auminum wheels

What kind of tires are you looking for and what lug pattern rims.
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:54 PM   #3
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Sorry, 8x6.5 are what the pro comps are and what I would need.

What tires you got? Really don't want any boggers.



Would like some TSL, red labels,rockers, ????

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what about 44" tsl's?
I'll trade ya if you want smaller irocs. Strpot
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what about 44" tsl's?
Send me your # or call me. I am interested. What size are they? 44/?/?
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I'll trade ya if you want smaller irocs. Strpot
Damn people from Corpus always in someone elses business. Lol


How you been project freedom? I am still running the he'll out of the 42s I got from you.

I just pick up a K5 with full hydro,1tons,on propane fixing to swap all that stuff into a single cab yota. Should be a lite rig and going to put a small block chevy in it. Plenty of power and lite with 42 or bigger tires. Should be fun
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Re: 39.5/13.5/17 Iroks on pro comp auminum wheels

Sounds awesome bro. Why cut up a nice blazer though? How's the 4 runner running? Didn't mean to intrude on your deal. Im gonna have some 39" rockers on 15"wheels if that interests you at all.
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I was just messing with you about the thread. Lol. 4 runner is working good the blazer body ain't that great and I like small wide vehicles. They seem to work better.
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I like small wide woman They seem to work better.
I agree. There's a run before thanksgiving that you should try and make. Glad those 42s are working for you.
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I agree. There's a run before thanksgiving that you should try and make. Glad those 42s are working for you.
Where is the run at? I need to buy a new power steering pump. Mine stopped working the last time we went to Clayton. The enternal spring got stuck and now it doesn't seem to work as well I think I am going to go ahead and buy a new PSC and keep the TG one a a back up
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Send me your # or call me. I am interested. What size are they? 44/?/?
They are 44s on 15" 8x6.5 DIY bead locks, tread is good, sidewalls are weather checked a bit, all hold air, one leaks down in about a week... Got them from rastus, too big for my wheelbase, looks cool as sh1t ! LOL
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They are 44s on 15" 8x6.5 DIY bead locks, tread is good, sidewalls are weather checked a bit, all hold air, one leaks down in about a week... Got them from rastus, too big for my wheelbase, looks cool as sh1t ! LOL
You want to trade wheels tires and all right? How much tread is still on them? They look pretty good in the pics. How far are you from Tyler,Tx?
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Where is the run at? I need to buy a new power steering pump. Mine stopped working the last time we went to Clayton. The enternal spring got stuck and now it doesn't seem to work as well I think I am going to go ahead and buy a new PSC and keep the TG one a a back up
Its at Consafo Ranch(West Texas).
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[QUOTE=projectfreedom;405006]Its at Consafo Ranch(West Texas).[/QUOTE


When is it? Not sure if I can make it but I would love to wheel other places.
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I can't make it for sure that weekend, the 19th is my sons bday party.
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Yep. We need to get a bunch together and have a TX meet and great somewher kinda central and wheel.
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Yep. We need to get a bunch together and have a TX meet and great somewher kinda central and wheel.
That would be the Summer Run that we have every year. It was at K2 this past year.
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Well maybe a few of us from here can make it next year.
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They are 44s on 15" 8x6.5 DIY bead locks, tread is good, sidewalls are weather checked a bit, all hold air, one leaks down in about a week... Got them from rastus, too big for my wheelbase, looks cool as sh1t ! LOL
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Deal done. Dabshr got them.
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Congrats. I'll keep looking. Lol
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