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Your wheels are just like mine aren't they John?

You know anyone who has lariat wheels they want to ditch?

I've been wanting to swap, might have them off to weigh if I do.
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If you want oem lariat wheels Ive got a set

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Your wheels are just like mine aren't they John?

You know anyone who has lariat wheels they want to ditch?

I've been wanting to swap, might have them off to weigh if I do.

If you have the OEM XLT rims, then yep, ours are identical. I don't know anybody with Lariat rims, but I'll keep my ears open for them since, IMO, they'd look spiffy if you had 'em powdercoated black and used Equal (or some other balancing means that doesn't use clamp-on weights) to balance them.

If I got any $$$ in my Grandmom's will (no idea when it'll be probated, but she died back in the beginning of Sept.), I might have to give Rickson 19.5's a look. The BFG 285's I've got on now are wearing well (~3/8" of tread left after 30K miles) but when it's time to replace them, if I have the dough, I'd like to go better than OEM. Their website quoted the all-black steel Rickson's at ~60 lbs/each and so I was wondering if they're much heavier or lighter than the OEM aluminum wheels.
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razor, how much you want? Need some XLT rims ?
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