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Old 09-19-2005
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Got new rims.....

I put new (used) magnum rims on my 92 ford ranger.... sence i dont have pix yet ill tell you what they look like they look like the American racing outlaw II's they are aluminum ( ) and machined not shiney. they look nice they are 14X5.5 or 6 im not sure but they will look nice when i get the alterrains on them (227 70R 14) a little bigger than stock. im going cheap right now thats the fastest way i could get wheels and tires on my truck....
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pics.....PICS!!!!
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ok here they are.....


the allterrains come next...
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A little bit of polishing and those will look nice.
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awesome same one i had on my 92 ranger
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I have a set of those .... used to be on my b2 .... nice :D
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A little bit of polishing and those will look nice.
you know i tried this old aluminum polish that my mom had but it didnt work for s*** so i just used soft scrub....
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try meguiars nxt all metal polysh. it'll work, just apply some elbow grease ;o) are they missing centercaps?
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nope i took them off cause in my dad's f-350 we were on a trail hit a shart rock and i toar it off so just incast i took them off to be safe. and their is a bearing cap in the front that i am going to paint the same color as the checkers on the truck(blue)
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you probly wont be able to "polish" them those used to have clear coat on some of them.
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yeah i like the machine look too....
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