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Old 06-12-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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lol these are my kinda wheels.

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Old 06-12-2012, 04:28 PM   #2
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Usually I hate that kinda crap but I have to admit those are cool.

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Usually I hate that kinda crap but I have to admit those are cool.
haha same here, my thoughts exactly.
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I'd do the 338lapua

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I think it would look better if the chrome was black. But still pretty sweet.

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Then you put the same style wheels in .22 on a hyundai

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hahaha yea! then .454 Casull on your F-350 king cab Texas Editions.
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hahaha yea! then .454 Casull on your F-350 king cab Texas Editions.
.50 cal GMC yeti? Haha
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Just my opinion but thats kinda silly. If they were artillery rounds or something thats actually that big. But not something huge with 44 mag stamped on it. They should make one with revolvers as spokes. That would be bad a$$.

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