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Old November 10th, 2013, 04:35 PM
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(5) Wolf wheels w/265/75/16 tubed KM1s ($650)

Now that I'm running refurbed ANR1534s I have a full set of (5) Wolf wheels for sale.
Originally black, the faces were professionaly painted silver at some point before my ownership. I brush-painted with black Rustoleum and that's how four of the five remain. Good shape with no rust (other than some surface rust where the rim contacted the hub). They are welded not riveted and they are all straight with no dings or rash. The spare has the most tread and remains silver.

Mounted on them are a nice set of BF. Goodrich Mud-Terrain KM1s in very good shape. mounted and balanced with black letters facing out.
Tread depth is:
14/16
10/16
10/16
10/16
9/16

All five are tube type rims and the tire size is 265/75/16.
I'll post pictures tomorrow.
Obviously, well maybe not obviously, but definately local pickup only 30-minutes south of Boston or I could meet somewhere around Boston if it works out.
$650 for everything. Not interested in separating them.
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Old November 10th, 2013, 04:45 PM
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Old November 10th, 2013, 04:46 PM
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Old November 10th, 2013, 04:50 PM
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On the remote chance that someone wants to buy these and separate....I'm looking for 5 Wolf wheels.
Now when you say they are tube-type; do they have to have tubes?
I plan on using Staun internal beadlocks with whatever rims I end up with.
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Old November 10th, 2013, 04:53 PM
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Old November 10th, 2013, 07:41 PM
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(5) Wolf wheels w/265/75/16 tubed KM1s ($650)

PM sent to both if you, I'm interested in the tires!
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Old November 10th, 2013, 08:17 PM
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So, Jackie, do you have to use tubes with the wheels? Is it to help with bead retention or air retention?

If so, I wonder if they will work with the beadlock bladders??
Which are basically a small inner tube inside a Kevlar sleeve.
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Old November 10th, 2013, 08:25 PM
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I would think there is no real need for tubes with these rims. Most welded rims have no holes through the wheel shell other than the one for the valve stem. Would be interested to know why you are running tubes?
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So, Jackie, do you have to use tubes with the wheels? Is it to help with bead retention or air retention?

If so, I wonder if they will work with the beadlock bladders??
Which are basically a small inner tube inside a Kevlar sleeve.
I don't know how the bead locks work, but I can tell you that unless you plan on airing down to 12lbs or less I'm told by virtually everyone that there is no need for the tubeless-specific variant.
I'm guessing that a beadlock bladder is similar to a tube? Seems as though it shouldn't be an issue, but I'll let somebody else weigh in definitively.

So no, in fact you don't need to use tubes with these rims. In fact, we removed the right front tube several months ago because it proved too tricky to balance.
The ANR 1534 D130 wheels I'm using now don't have that small recess for the beadlock (essentially tube rims) I'm running tubeless 275s on them.

If you and Ryan work something out where he buys them, breaks them down and can get you the Wolfs, that sounds like a win-win for everyone. Let me know what happens.

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I would think there is no real need for tubes with these rims. Most welded rims have no holes through the wheel shell other than the one for the valve stem. Would be interested to know why you are running tubes?
Even the riveted wheels don't require tubes.
I wasn't so much running tubes as the PO was. He supposedly often found himself in far off reaches of nowhereland among unfriendly natives I'm told, so he had need for redundancy and self supportiveness in the field.
Funny story actually, I never thought to ask when I bought the truck 3 years ago and only six months ago did I learn that it had tubes. Like I said, we tried to balance on where the tube had somehow become twisted and it was easier to remove the tube, install a valve stem, balance and be on our way.
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Old November 10th, 2013, 08:37 PM
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Jackie, are the rest of the rims in good shape? I dont mind paint as I'm going to paint them silver...just dont want scratches/dents.
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Jackie, are the rest of the rims in good shape? I dont mind paint as I'm going to paint the silver...just dont want scratches/dents.
Certainly no dings or dents. No scratches that I could find either. They are just dirty
I'll post some close-ups tomorrow, but, yeah aside from my brush paint job (which wasn't that bad actually) they are great.
These wheels are way more robust than I would ever need.
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do you have any plans on going by providence in the near future? i would be interested in them but can't get any right now thanks Dave
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Old November 11th, 2013, 10:43 AM
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Would love to have these -- the whole lot...

Once again, anyone coming down south from that area any time in the next 3 months?
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do you have any plans on going by providence in the near future? i would be interested in them but can't get any right now thanks Dave
I'll let you know, but no plans to head that way. I'm 1:15 from PVD.
I sometimes end up along the southern 495 belt if you can meet up in Wrentham or Foxboro I'm heading there tomorrow. Don't have time to make the extra trip to PVD, but I think Foxboro is only 20 minutes from Providence. I'd be able to meet between 3:30-4:30pm.

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Would love to have these -- the whole lot...

Once again, anyone coming down south from that area any time in the next 3 months?
Somebody must be heading down that way.
I'm in no hurry, so let me know if anything develops and how I could reasonably facilitate a RURR pickup.
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I'd be interested in the tires if someone who wants the wheels can ship the tires to me...
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