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Simulated beadlocks??

Does any know of a place to get these? I have been looking everywhere. Do they even sell them separate?? Thanks
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anywhere that sells wheels.
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Ones on my 99 Ranger are Sytle 170 on this page.
http://wayneswheels2000.com/Ion.html

Summit has the Mickey Thompson's.
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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I've found a few now. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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MT Classic Locks FTW! With blue fake beadlocks for your truck! It looks pimp!
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MT Classic Locks FTW! With blue fake beadlocks for your truck! It looks pimp!
I just got some black 15 crawler rims. I was looking for one separate to pretty up the rim. I like this one, but can't seem to find it separate.

http://www.cwibeadlock.com/conversionmain.htm

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Ohhh I see what your saying now. I've never seen anyone do what your trying to do.
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Ohhh I see what your saying now. I've never seen anyone do what your trying to do.
They make these. But I was just kinda wanting ones with with a little more style.

http://www.okoffroad.com/stuff-beadlock-f.htm
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You could take those and get them painted blue to match your truck. I think that would look awesome.
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You could take those and get them painted blue to match your truck. I think that would look awesome.
Definitely, I just wish I could find some different designs.
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Here's my buddy's old truck.....believe they were classic locks......

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I'm pretty sure the ones on the Champion page are actually real beadlocks. Not simulated. Could be wrong... but I thought Champion only made real rings.
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No such thing as a DOT legal bead lock....except the Staun Locks.
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at the price of those clip on simulated bead locks i think i would just go buy new wheels instead. i have simulated bead lock wheels and they were only like $45 each at my local wheel shop.
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They're definitely expensive. I'm still on the look!!!
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