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Ford Truck Club Forum > GARAGE TALK > Garage Talk: Wheels & Tires



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Thanks. I just wanted to make sure because i noticed i had two of each on mine. Plus they are staggered instead of both of one on one axl. Id really like to find two more of the Alcoa's if i could. They look so much cleaner.
Yeah, I got the NON-rivet on my truck and I've had a really hard time finding a good one to use as a spare. Especially beacuase I'm only buying ONE.


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Just make sure to give them a call before you drive the 95 or so miles to Tulsa biker, there is also Midwestern Auto Salvage on Lewis Ave.
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