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    best place to buy rims

    I have a 97 blazer that I'm trying to bag but want to get rims for it firat and can't seem to find anywhere where they aell rims foe it. Any comments will help

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    discount tire, tire kingdom, sun tire... etc. Any shop that sells rims will be able to get a set. Bolt pattern is 5x4.75 or 5x120.7mm. Your rim width will determine what offset you will need so I can't tell you that spec.
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    Used on craigslist. Almost every stereo shop.
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68023

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    alright thanks! now i just need to figure out how big of rims i wanna go to

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    jdwheels.com they got sick wheels at good prices

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    Just remember u should decide if u wanna lay when u bag or not...... That might determine rim size.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuknduces View Post
    Just remember u should decide if u wanna lay when u bag or not...... That might determine rim size.......
    Ya dont go and buy a 24" rim and then try and bag it and lay it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnblazer View Post
    ya dont go and buy a 24" rim and then try and bag it and lay it out.
    right!! It's a whole bunch of $$$ to lay on a big wheel..... Trust me i know........ Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfredo8100 View Post
    Quality is most important thing in buying rims from anywhere. Revolution or autoland, both are good one in this regard. Prices are also good.
    Revolution wheels are for cars, and generally in tiny wrong offset sizes that aren't for trucks.
    Autoland doesn't even come up in Google.
    Thanks for the non existant links, spammer.

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    I usually go to Craigslist and ebay especially if I'm only looking for a used set of wheels.

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