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Old 12-25-2016
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WB's,LXI's and all the rest had alum inner wheels.
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My 95 BMC has steel inner wheels. Probably a cost thing. Did LXI come with aluminum inner wheel?
Yes they did.
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My old FC came to me with all aluminum wheels on the rear and steel wheels on the front. Next time I replace tires I plan to move the steel to the inner rears and two aluminum to the front.
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My LX was all aluminum wheels
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Maybe this adds a little fuel to the .... buy two new 9 inch rims for the steer axle for the 315's.... theory. Then move the current steer wheels to the inner drives. You might need new studs to handle the additional thickness of the alum inners.
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