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Tires and Wheels (Mopar Hubcaps Too)

  1. jamesmcclain340

    jamesmcclain340 Active Member

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    alright was on ebay looking around and found some wheels in small bolt pattern. wasn't happy with the $ 95 shipping charges so i found them elsewhere and all around cheaper. i'll include all sizes and bolt patterns plus the offset ( all measurements are in millimeters!!! ) so if you are interested call them and tell them you belong to this website and who referred you (me) and they will take care of you with some nice looking wheels.(prices avg $100)with shipping extra (to me in okla. it was $65 for 4 wheels)
    15x4.5-5x4(-16) 15x6-5x4(+6) 15x7-5x4(+0) 15x8-5x4(-19) they also have it in big bolt pattern also with other sizes available 14x6 thru 15x10. if interested call Kim Dailey @ 1-800-379-5333 and at www.JDWheels.com hope this helps everyone with a new choice in wheels at a great price. sorry i got in a hurry the brand is majestic and the model number is 787

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  2. rp23g7

    rp23g7 Well-Known Member

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    WHOO HOO, YAY, the tire and rim thing was driving me crazy.
     
  3. flyboy01

    flyboy01 Its almost done!

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    Those look great! THey look rest and modern at the same time. Great find! :thumbup:
     
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    '64 Cuda Well-Known Member

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    They look neat, but those offsets would never work for me.
     
  5. lowbudget

    lowbudget Mopar Man

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    I talked with Kim today and she was very helpful so TTT. I'm getting a set for my Valiant. They were $75.00 cheaper than the ebay guy shipped. It was down to these or the Torque Thrust. These were 75/wheel cheaper which comes pretty close to buying my tires.
     
  6. Bigmacdak

    Bigmacdak I'll take the Duster.....

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    Thats a great find! I know how hard it is to find parts in Oklahoma as well. Im in McAlester!
     
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    1966DDart Well-Known Member

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    Just thaught I'd share a little info on these wheels....MADE IN CHINA!!! I first saw them on Ebay like a few others but, I got to see them in person at a show in Columbus, OH. Once I learned they are made in China....no thanks!
     
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    Anybody have a picture of these on a 70 dart or a 68 cuda? Can't find size info on the site, am I spazzing out?....again
     
  9. lowbudget

    lowbudget Mopar Man

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    They don't list them on the site. I had to call and they had to check if they could still get them. Here is a 70 Dart on this thread page with them on.
    http://http://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/showthread.php?t=14254&page=2
    As for not buying because they are made in China the price was right and if they disintagrate when I ram a curb I'm not out much. If they don't cut it I'll chalk it up as a lesson learned. If they do last I almost saved enough to buy a set of tires and I put it down as a good deal.
     
  10. linc

    linc 63 val wagon super /6

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    there are always american racing outlaw II's, in 14'5 and 15's and american racing "ansens" available. Outlaw II's are about $69.00 each at any discount tire shops....
     
  11. lowbudget

    lowbudget Mopar Man

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    I got them mounted up and they look great. Tire Guy thought I got a good deal. They balanced up with no problems, no excessive use of wheel weights. So I'm happy.
     
  12. jefflock

    jefflock 69 Dart 408 10.008 best pass so far

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    I've been running a set of those on my dart for two years. No problems yet and they always clean up nicely. Currently, I'm in the process of gathering all the pieces to convert to lbp.
     
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    just a note...ALL the "American Racing" stuff is now made in China....
     
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    i've seen that dart with those rims!!

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    Les Schwab tire stores in the Northwest has 3 styles to chose from. 2 are centerline lookalikes,1 with the rivets all the way around,1 with the 5 slots,and apparently they had bought up the rest of the crager wheels a while ago and have them stashed in a warehouse in Oregon. I went with the rivet style & they look real good. Just some more info :read2::cheers::happy10::joker:
     
  16. mvh

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    ...according to the site, and to their tech support people. Do these?


     
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    68 A Well-Known Member

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    i asked someone the same question and they couldn't give me an answer, so i bought the 787's
     
  18. toolmanmike

    toolmanmike FABO MODERATOR Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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    Looking through old posts and thought I'd reply to this thread with a couple photos. I saw these wheels for sale at the Nationals and was impressed
    at how they looked on the notchback. What do you think? toolmanmike
     
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    I have to agree Mike, I think they look good. I'm a big fan of the slots and the old school look and I think those wheels pull lit off. Wonder how much Mr Schwab wants for them.

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    toolmanmike FABO MODERATOR Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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    Good question. If I remember correctly, the guy at the Nats was selling them for $100/ea. with center caps and your choice of lug nuts. The guy with the orange notchback really liked them. Said they balanced good and the more you polish them the brighter they get. (no clear coat to peel off) toolmanmike
    PS nice Cuda!!!!!
     
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    Please, point me to these SBP Torque Thrusts!!!
     
  22. lowbudget

    lowbudget Mopar Man

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    I was looking at LBP torque thrusts
     
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    Man, thought I was gonna get lucky for a second...oh well. I already have a set of LBP Cragars and some Keystones, I guess that's good enough reason to go ahead and convert.
     
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    as far as thouse not wanting to buy because made in china, while at Discount tire and seeing the wheels unloaded off the semi all were stamped "Made In China"

    It is hard to buy something made in the USA anymore. Go to lowes/ home depot and see how many items you can find that does not say Made in China

    I seen a floor jack at NAPA and since my old NAPA jack isn't working thought, I would like to have that, list $429, sale $369, closeout $289, but it was made in china and so i figure I will fix my old jack instead of buying a chinese new on.
     
  25. ocdart

    ocdart Inland Mopars Car Club FABO Gold Member

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    Check out the centerline wheels website. They always have overstock available in some wheels at great pricing for forged aluminum MADE IN USA. They currently have 15x7 Telstars at $99 each.
     
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