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Old 09-17-2011
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Alcoas - MI

Found this set on CL.
If they're still around next week, i wouldn't mind a them.
http://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/pts/2599226676.html
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Alcoa 15" wheels that came stock on the FX4 level 2 ranger wheels. Two are in good shape the other two how ever the previous owner started painting them black, I got one half clean a little paint thinner it will come right off no big scuffs under from sanding Looking to get $100 obo Brian 7343090237
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He should have posted pics.
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