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caseymcq

American Racing Equipment Atlas Rims - 15" 6 lug

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FOR SALE - American Racing Equipment Atlas Rims. 15" 6 bolt lug pattern (GM). These rims are in excellent shape. They only have about 3,000 miles on them. Includes center caps and lugs.

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4 @ $90 ea. = $360. That is huge savings over new for rims that are in new condition and include the caps and lug nuts.

If you would like pictures of the actual rims or would like to purchase the set, here is my contact info:

email: caseymcq@hotmail.com

Or call (218)827-2593 and ask for Casey

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I believe these rims will also fit Toyotas with the 6-lug bolt pattern.

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not dodge!

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I don't know if they would or would not fit the Dodge 6-lug pattern on earlier model Dakotas or Durangos. They will fit on Cheverolets, GMCs and Toyotas that have a 6-lug pattern and will fit 15" Rims. Tires for 15" rims are significantly cheaper than 16" for comparable size. The rims would save $$$ in the long run.

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These rims are still available with the center caps and lug nuts. With the snow falling they would be great to get some AT tires on for the winter. Tires for 15" rims are usually a good bit cheaper than 16", 17" etc. so they may save you $$$ in the long run.

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