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Old 09-16-2012, 09:19 AM   #1
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Bullitt Rims

Looking for a set of bullitt rims

used or new

with or without tires

I would like black bullitt rims but it don't matter
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Old 09-16-2012, 09:57 AM   #2
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what year is ur car
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u looking for stock bullits
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Old 09-16-2012, 11:20 AM   #5
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All long as they look theses


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All long as they look theses
i think those are the stock ones from the 05-09 body. u should try to find one from the 99-04 body style to fit on ur car better. i have stock bullits but we live to far apart

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Old 09-16-2012, 12:01 PM   #7
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It kept giving me error when I tried to view your pics

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You live in Texas? I would be willing to drive if we can work at a deal

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Or if you have eBay you can set up a private auction and ship it to me thru ups or FedEx maybe we can work something out
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Old 09-16-2012, 12:13 PM   #8
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It kept giving me error when I tried to view your pics

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You live in Texas? I would be willing to drive if we can work at a deal

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Or if you have eBay you can set up a private auction and ship it to me thru ups or FedEx maybe we can work something out
yeah i have ebay. im sure shipping is going to be a killer
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Old 09-16-2012, 12:28 PM   #9
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Well if you could sell just rims I think shipping can go anywhere to 150 for rims what I heard that is

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There a guy on eBay shipping rims for 122
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Old 09-16-2012, 12:31 PM   #10
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they got pretty good tires on them right now. alot of thread still. i guess i can keep my tires . u wouldnt want them with tires instead?

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Well if you could sell just rims I think shipping can go anywhere to 150 for rims what I heard that is

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There a guy on eBay shipping rims for 122
for the whole set ? or just one wheel
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Old 09-16-2012, 12:36 PM   #11
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I really would like the tires with the rims and I would like all four but I think your right the rims and tires are going to be a killer in shipping
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yeah. at least like no less than 100 to ship all four. thats my guess anyway
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Well if you could find out for my it's will be shipped to 110 Scott drive enterprise al 36330

See what the say for rims and tires or just for rims
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ok i'll look into it
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Okayy thank you so much
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Re: Bullitt Rims

good wheel choice...i just bought a set of torque thrust wheels. great style for our cars
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I personally like bullits the best. I have 17" deep dish on my rear end and 16" regular bullits on my front. I don't like the way the regular rims look like on the rear
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I personally like bullits the best. I have 17" deep dish on my rear end and 16" regular bullits on my front. I don't like the way the regular rims look like on the rear
u have 16" bullits ? where u did u get them ?
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u have 16" bullits ? where u did u get them ?
They were on the car when I bought them. I might be wrong, it might me 18" and 17" though. I'll have to double check
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I bought 4rims two with good tires for 250 good or bad
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I bought 4rims two with good tires for 250 good or bad
That's not bad. I usually sell those rims for 300 bucks
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I bought 4rims two with good tires for 250 good or bad
Look nice, and good deal too. A used set here will probably run you about 4-600 dollars depending in condition and tires. All you have to do now is plasti dip them
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Old 11-23-2012, 03:18 PM   #23
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I was already thinking about doing the spray the rims matte black and the inside of the rims red


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