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I just had my MT Classic Locks I just bought stolen out of my storage unit the other night along with a bunch of other stuff:mad: like my 36" bolt cutters but left me their crappy 18"ers to give to the police. I'm sure they're out victomizing others with them as we speak. So now I’m on the hunt for another set of wheels. I found a set of MT’s that look like the old school MT Classics made by ALCOA that were forged for a great price. Dose anyone know of any identifying marks to verify that they are the MT/ALCOA’s? The seller says they are the older “classics” not the “classic II”. Were there cast and forged versions of the classics?

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Rick
 

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look at the procomps 1069 they are like micky classics 2s but just cheaper
 

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I was hoping to get the discontinued MT Classics because they are American made forged. The Classic 2's are cast in china.
 

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Sorry to hear about your wheels. If its anything I hate more its a thief. But check out desert rat. They had a sale on the MT classics.
 

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I saw that, but they didn't have any in 8x170. There is a local guy selling a set and he beleaves they are the classics not the classic II's, so I'm looking for markings to identify them. I found the info I was looking for on another site, if anyone is interested I'll post it up. But I doubt anyone else cares sence they're not big bling'n wheels.
 

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check out eagle alloys
 
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