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I bought used tires for my truck, they came on these 5 lug wheels I am trying to sell them now & need to know what vehicle they came off of,,, can ya help me. Information on sticker on wall of wheel is as follows --- finish: polished, size: 16x10, bolt pattern: 108.2, offset:-24mm, cap: N/I

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First of all NEVER buy used tires

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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