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Howdy,

I called Centerline today to order my 20" Tomahawk Rapids and they don't have them anymore. Jegs bought 12 sets last night, and there all sold out of the 5x5 bolt pattern so there $175 deal on that style is gone. I called jegs and there selling them for pretty much the same price (199 a wheel) and after basic math its only $20 more than from centerline. Jegs said they won't have em in until the 23rd of september though.

Im back to the drawing board, is there someplace online i could search for 5 spoke 5x5 bolt pattern 18's? Sure, their not 20's...but ill save some money for the 3/4. ( see sig for truck year, model, style, etc.)


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Dave
 

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anybody?
 

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Why settle for 18's when you obviously want 20's? :think: 18" centerlines compared to 20" centerlines are almost no price difference as well :read:
 

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As far as i know just the tomahawk-Rapids are out of stock on the sale. That and i realized i can still fit some nice ol sticky's on 18's for the track...im over it. Ill just drop it enough as an "illusion" lol.
 

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s3gulit said:
As far as i know just the tomahawk-Rapids are out of stock on the sale. That and i realized i can still fit some nice ol sticky's on 18's for the track...im over it. Ill just drop it enough as an "illusion" lol.
If you want some good rear track tires invest in some slicks for your stock 15's or 16's and use the 20's when you drive on the street :imo
 

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Y2KSierra said:
If you want some good rear track tires invest in some slicks for your stock 15's or 16's and use the 20's when you drive on the street :imo
plus you won't have to keep dismounting and mounting your tires every time you want to switch to the slicks.
 
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