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MT classics NC $200

I was looking in CL for a set of MTs in 15x8s and ran across these. They look like 15x10s so im not interested. looks like all they need is a good polishing...

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Tired of the alcoas already?
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Tired of the alcoas already?
not really tired, just looking for something more aggressive and ive always loved the Classic IIs. alomost bought them for my old truck , but ended up getting soft-8s.
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ya those are 15x10. buy them polish them up and body with with 33's you know you want too
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ya those are 15x10. buy them polish them up and body with with 33's you know you want too
I'd love too Stone, but cant!
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I'd love too Stone, but cant!
Why not? Lol come on I'm working part time at a pizza place and can afford to get my body lift installed and 33s lol. Granted I do start my new cna job next week lol just remember rule no 76, no excuses and play like a champion
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Why not? Lol come on I'm working part time at a pizza place and can afford to get my body lift installed and 33s lol. Granted I do start my new cna job next week lol just remember rule no 76, no excuses and play like a champion
i CAN afford it, but i have more important things to save for right now. We all know I tie the know next year, and I'd rather be looking for a house than looking at lifts and tires. damn women...lol
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i CAN afford it, but i have more important things to save for right now. We all know I tie the know next year, and I'd rather be looking for a house than looking at lifts and tires. damn women...lol
That is well worded. Women have nothing to do with it though, it's called being responsible... and unfortunately it sucks.
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That is well worded. Women have nothing to do with it though, it's called being responsible... and unfortunately it sucks.
My new years resolution was/is to save money this year by whatever means possible. ive started with stopping going out to eat two or three times a week on lunch break to just one or none. That saves me quite a bit. My next step is to cut out alot of my useless driving. TIs nothing for me to just jump in the truck and go somewhere, then back again, then leave again..etc.. theres that. Then im taking all of my taxes and this years christmas bonus and saving every bit of it like i never got it. Plus i pay off a small loan in three months, so all that money goes to the wedding/house fund. I get married August of next year, so we have a bit of saving to do.

I'm buying my Level II tow hooks Saturday and thats is for a while!
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You could look at this as an investment... Buy them, spend a few hours cleaning and polishing them, and turn around and sell them for some profit... I know someone would love those all polished up.
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Eh I doubt it, Mt Airy to Charlotte is a pretty good drive, gas and cleaning products would probably offset whatever he would make off of it.
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Well he might come out even, but he also learns how to polish well! Education isn't always free, so take advantage! lol
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My new years resolution was/is to save money this year by whatever means possible. ive started with stopping going out to eat two or three times a week on lunch break to just one or none. That saves me quite a bit. My next step is to cut out alot of my useless driving. TIs nothing for me to just jump in the truck and go somewhere, then back again, then leave again..etc.. theres that. Then im taking all of my taxes and this years christmas bonus and saving every bit of it like i never got it. Plus i pay off a small loan in three months, so all that money goes to the wedding/house fund. I get married August of next year, so we have a bit of saving to do.

I'm buying my Level II tow hooks Saturday and thats is for a while!
Sounds like you have your priorities in order. Good job!
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mm not a bad set of wheels. lots of sanding tho and polishing
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