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    76Aspen6pk Well-Known Member

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    I've got an excellent set of road wheels with 235 60 14 bfgs on them tires I bet dont have 1000 miles on them and these are the nicest set of trim rings I've ever seen $500 for the set came of a 76 Dodge Aspen R/T will not ship. Located in kenosha WI.

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    Nice!! I wish OY's Road Wheels were as nice as those! I can never decide which wheels I like better, the Road Wheels, or the Rally Wheels. I have both sets for OY and may switch back and forth from time to time. The only non-Mopar stock wheels I would consider for OY would be a set of Torque Thrusts with grayed out centers. Not a fan of any of the huge assortment of aftermarket wheels, particularly anything that makes the car look like a donk. I also still have OY's original black steel wheels with it's original dog dishes. I like them, but I think they are just TOO plain, on an already plain jane wagon. I just really like the Road Wheels, although they might look better with blackwalls instead of white lettered tires.
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    Not at all keep the Rwls out
     
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    I like painted wheels and property caps but in a larger than stock size.
     
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    What is the date code on the tires? That is a good price depending on the age of the tires.
     
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    Unsure but can get it
     
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    What do I look for
     
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    No dryrot what so ever
     
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    On the small lettering on the sidewall, there will be the letters DOT followed by 4 numbers. The first 2 numbers is the week and the last 2 will be the year.
     
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    I'll look
     
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    Should be a 4 digit number. Not always on both sides of the tire. This tire was made in the 34th week of 2018

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    thats all that was there on all 4 only on one side
     
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    I think your rims are probably worth $500 without the tires, id go $400 if they were local to me.

    However I might be wrong but your pic blown up with the red arrows are "look" consistent to a set ive got from summit from six years ago with 250 miles and still blue on the tires, stored heated indoors on cars.

    Ive six total BFG-s that are cracked in between the tread and all six are six years old or less.

    SUCKS for me.

    So id take a good lookie at yours, as they are known to go bad early. Two of mine are 235/60 on 15x7 rims and four are 275/60 on 15x8 rims.

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    Thanks for the feedback but that's not a dryrot crack and the other is a shadow of the titty on the tire
     
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    Thats great, if you decide youd ship them, let me know. Fastenal is very easy reasonable to ship tires/rims.
     
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    According to Tire Rack, the 4 digit code was started in 2000. If that is the case, then those tires are over 18 years old.
     
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    I thought you can't bump for sale posts.