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Old 01-15-2007
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Ion Wheels

anyone have ION brand rims I was wondering about quality.
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I've got the Ion 170s (a.k.a. the fake beadlocks). So far they seem to be a pretty good solid wheel. The finish (aluminum) didn't hold up super well living outdoors (a.k.a. no garage) for a year and half in the UP of Michigan with snow and salt and dirt. But with a little elbow grease I can still shine them up pretty well.
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Ive got 16x10 Ion 165's in Chrome......ive had them for almost 3 months now and im happy with them. they clean easy and just plain out look good
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