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Old 11-03-2010, 11:27 AM   #31
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My set arrived with metal hub centric rings installed in the wheels.

Used them for about 10 track days so far and love them. One reason I got them was because they are lighter and so loading them into and out of the the car on track days is a lot easier than my Steeda UltraLites.
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nice car RipTide. Do you have the wheel and tire specs for your black mustang?

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