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post #1 of 16 Old 09-01-2009, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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They are getting a shipment of douglas wheels this week, just ordered mine, scalloped outer beadlock, billet center. Should be here on the 18th... cant wait to get the razors that are collecting dust in the garage wrapped around them!!
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iam having them cut my oem wheels for locking rings and might have them put a reinforcing center ( or what ever it is called ) in their as well to make the "spoke" area stronger
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I bent the inner shell of the wheel w/o blowing the tire.... I had thought about doing the same but decided it wasnt worth putting that kinda $$ into a junk, POS wheel to start with...
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My factory rear wheels are bent on the insides. Are these wheels going to do the same!?


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hey blak... how much are the omf's running you???
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I think Alba (when it existed) said they were $360pr.

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They are 285 a piece, beadlock outer, re-inforcement ring inner, billet center.
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Nice those are not the one i was talking about. The ones I was refuring to are the ones Matlock runs, re-inforced rings.

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Nice those are not the one i was talking about. The ones I was refuring to are the ones Matlock runs, re-inforced rings.
I opted for the beadlocks... only cause the outsides of my wheels get destroyed from the rocks and I can replace the beadlock ring after it gets chewed up too bad... making the wheel pretty much good for life.
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