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Old September 24th, 2012, 03:55 PM
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Steel wheels and 33" mud tires for a DII

I have five American racing steel wheels with some worn out 33x 12.5 Yokohama Geolanders on them. The tires have enough tread to use them, but they are pretty cupped. The wheels have some rock rash, but they balance out pretty well. I don't need them since I no longer have a dII.

I have four center caps and no lug nuts. The spare is a Mickey Thompson baja claw with good tread. I may have a couple more baja claws that I'd sell cheap.

I'm asking $200

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Old September 24th, 2012, 03:59 PM
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Old September 24th, 2012, 04:31 PM
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Rims look ti be 15s


a good deal!
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Old September 24th, 2012, 04:46 PM
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I'm not buying stuff I don't need.

Heck... I just came back from The Conclave and did not buy anything.
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Old September 24th, 2012, 05:20 PM
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Are these 15 or 16 inch wheels? I'm very interested and somewhat local.
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:22 PM
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Pic 3 says they're 15"s
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:26 PM
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Yeah, sorry, they're 15's. I'm located in Richmond, va FYI.
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Jimmy, how did you run a 15 on a DII, I looked at what I have and I cannot see how these would fit unless the had a good deal of offset
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Jimmy, how did you run a 15 on a DII, I looked at what I have and I cannot see how these would fit unless the had a good deal of offset
Are you talking wheel well clearance or calliper clearance? They clear the callipers just fine, but I did remove my dust shields because I found that little rocks from mud would get in there and were annoying to listen to.

As far as wheel wells go, I had this on my first DII with a 2" Rovertym lift with a good amount of (unnecessary) trimming. I only did minor trimming with my second DII that had a 3" Rovertym lift.
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I also have a set of 4 stock D90 wheels that have been powder coated black, but I don't have any close up pictures. They came on my defender when I bought it and I've since switched them out. If anyone is interested in those, I'd take $150 for them. Click image for larger version

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I can also balance these if the buyer wants. I'm a "professional" mechanic, so you know I'll do a good job
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do you have any pics of the DII with the 3" and trimming?
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do you have any pics of the DII with the 3" and trimming?
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These are the only pics I found on Dweb, I'm on my work computer, so I don't have any other pics here. I can check for some more at home.
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Jimmy,

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