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FX4 Stage II wheels - TN

Anybody know where I can get some and about how much they run? I have checked ebay with no luck.
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Level II's had a few rim choices.. Which ones are you talking about?
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I am going to ASSUME the “Y” Spoke Type; go to FORD for a new good looking set.
Cost New: Wow, no idea but a guess $250/ea.
I have never seen one of them in the JY.
I’ve taken apart two LvLIIs and no rims.
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Looking for what I would call the stock ones, although apparently there is more than choice. The ones I am looking for are similiar to the Mickey Thompson classics. Might be cheaper to just go ahead and get those.
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Looking for what I would call the stock ones, although apparently there is more than choice. The ones I am looking for are similiar to the Mickey Thompson classics. Might be cheaper to just go ahead and get those.
They are called Alcoa's. And, yes, I think you would be better off with Mickey Thompson or like wheels. Alcoa's are only 7" wide, whereas aftermarket wheels are 8" wide (or wider).
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Have a lookie on car-part.com.
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They are called Alcoa's. And, yes, I think you would be better off with Mickey Thompson or like wheels. Alcoa's are only 7" wide, whereas aftermarket wheels are 8" wide (or wider).
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I have a set of 4 alcoas off my fx4 level 2 im selling. Looking for 150 for the set plus shipping
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kso, how wide are they?
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and put up a pic please?
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kso, how wide are they?
alcoas are 15x7 and in my honest opinion the price on those alcoas seems too good to be true
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