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HELLO, I'M TRYING TO FIND A COMPANY THAT HAS DIRT BIKE WHEEL RIM DECALS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIKES NO LONGER CARRY THE ONES I NEED. THE SIZE WOULD BE 21"&19". THANKS, TOM.

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I would suggest you look on ebay as you may get a bargain there.Make sure you ask any questions that you need to know and that the seller is a reputable one.Hope this helps.

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