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Old 10-27-2015
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Smile Stud piloted wheels

I'm in search of a pair of 8.25 or 9.00-22.5 steer wheels, anyone... Bueller..., Bueller?
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Dang son, did you drive the wheels off that XV?

Say what again.
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i have 9'' wheels in stock,used but good,you should have come down here...
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i have 9'' wheels in stock,used but good,you should have come down here...
Do you have 2? I didn't think I needed them until I got to Naples, these won't stay tight! I'll be coming through there on or about the 10-14 Nov via a quick trip up north to retrieve my truck. How much?
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Dang son, did you drive the wheels off that XV?

Say what again.
Well, you know! 3 words; Pneumatic torque wrench! I think I'll have a nice set of planters for the next rally.

I could really use a good foot message!
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i have 3,but they may be rear wheels,polished on the wrong side.
$150 each
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Will you around on or about the dates I stated? Shoot me your number in an email(bustdnukles@yahoo.com), I can swing by on the way home.
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Derek, it is possible that the studs are stretched and thats why the wheels are coming loose. Is it on both sides or just one side?
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Derek, it is possible that the studs are stretched and thats why the wheels are coming loose. Is it on both sides or just one side?
Hey Jim, I get what you're saying and that is very possible, but I think it's more the fact that the "mechanic" that mounted the new tires didn't torque the lugs properly. When I pulled the wheels before leaving Mass, ALL the lugs where loose and the holes where wallowed out slightly. They tightened up but only lasted a short time. I guess I'll put some eyeballs a good wheel and compare.
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If wallowed out, need new wheels. I highly recommend changing the studs too. Might be damaged from wheels moving on them.
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