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Wheel ideas??

Well, i want to put 33s on my truck after the body lift but I love my alcoas so is there a wheel company that makes a wheel that looks like the factory alcoas that are either 8 or 8.5 wide with the Ranger backspacing?
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IF YOU SELL YOUR WHEELS SELL THEM TO ME!!!!! LOL im an alcoa stalker
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I don't think so, the closest thing is probably going to be something like the Classic II
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I don't think so, the closest thing is probably going to be something like the Classic II
what is the classicII and who makes it? pics?
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IF YOU SELL YOUR WHEELS SELL THEM TO ME!!!!! LOL im an alcoa stalker
they will be for sale if and when i get new ones
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The Classic II is made by Mickey Thompson. About every wheel company makes a variation though. Summit makes one, Pro Comp, Eagle Alloy
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Also an American Racing Baja.
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my centerlines look very similiar imo. the center caps emblem is even black like the ford emblem on the alcoa ones. i forget what kind of centerline wheel it is but there really expensive.
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mickey tompson classic II's

i have them, they look sweet.
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my ultras are like the micky thompsons. cept mine were cheaper. 15x10 for 130 ea compared to 160 for a 15x10 mickey thompson. and they look about the same
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ALCOA'S FTMFW!!! Their so easy to keep clean and look awesome! Reminds me of my Weld Racing Drag Lites on my fox!
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