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Old 09-09-2010, 09:08 PM   #4
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Just make sure to look for some with about 4.5" backspace and you should be pretty good. 16, 17, 18, whatever diam.
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Ok, thanks. I was just about to give up on them and go with Steelies. Then After finding out that I would have to spend nearly $200 for wheels spacers I had to do some re thinking. Costco right now can order the 8188's for a really good price so why waste the money on spacers when the wheels are affordable. Well nearly $120 plus tax each.

Sooo, still no one with these wheels?
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Ok, thanks. I was just about to give up on them and go with Steelies. Then After finding out that I would have to spend nearly $200 for wheels spacers I had to do some re thinking. Costco right now can order the 8188's for a really good price so why waste the money on spacers when the wheels are affordable. Well nearly $120 plus tax each.

Sooo, still no one with these wheels?

i got them about a month ago. I payed about 1500 for pro comp 8188 18s with tires. if i were you i would jump on that deal at costco.
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