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hey check out this link. i found these and i am going to get some they look awesome. just think another way to show how you spend your time. i think they are cool what do you think.
http://www.4wheelonline.com/Products.as ... tId=107762
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those are sweet, i bet they are expensive though
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Ill bet they fade within a years time. Any camo accessory I have ever seen seems to fade quickly, like vent visors, fender flares, bug shields and tool boxes. If you have that stuff you gotta keep it outta the sun.
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Anything Alcoa makes is good to go. They make some of the best and most hardcore wheels in the business.
There is a reason a bunch of semis, medium trucks and some 1 tons wear them from the factory. My personal experience with them would lead me to purchase them for any rig I have. Especially since I only get 3/4 and 1 tons anymore.
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i wouldn't get them because they would always be covered in mud anyway
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If your going to get those, I would suggest that you also get the camo wrap around for lower panels on the vehicle, they would look great together and set each other off.
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they had these at the DU fest a few years ago...they looked good!
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you should post a pic of em becuase the link aint working for me.
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Since this is pretty old, I wouldn't bank on anyone knowing where these would be anymore. So just to provide something....
Yeah, maybe theyre bike rims, but think about rolling up to the blind on a camo bike and those puppies.
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it appears they dont have them anymore
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yea i;m gettin an error message 2.
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yeah i saw them on an f 250 they look good but alcoa rims are expensive but they are dropped forged not cast like mt's or eagles or others. and you know alcoa makes a good rim if they can stand up to fire trucks we run alcoa rims on almost all of the fire trucks we have
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