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    Default ISO: ITP C series type 7 wheel

    12" 5+2 offset (almost positive on this but not sure how to verify) non-beadlocking. Seems like this was a popular wheel around here and just looking for 1 wheel since I damaged the other. Shoot me a PM if anyone has any leads. Thanks
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    Yesterday I ran into an Old Girlfriend and I thought I missed her...
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    How bad did ya damage it? I got access to a tig welder an can try to repair if for ya for like 20 bucks

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    We might could do that but it's mostly the lug holes are wollowed out due to the lugs being loose. That would require filling an re-drilling I'm told.
    Yesterday I ran into an Old Girlfriend and I thought I missed her...
    So I backed up and hit her again, ya know sometimes I really do miss her!!

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    Oh ok I figured it might have been a cracked bead or something ...that would take some skill and time for the lug wholes....is there any chance you could use a lug with a wider shoulder say like a Honda civic lug nut if the threads matched?

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    Default ISO: ITP C series type 7 wheel

    I found a place that makes steel inserts for aluminum rims...here's the links

    http://www.prestigewheel.com/Imagewi510.asp#Cone seat inserts

    By the sounds of it you just drill the wholes a bit bigger and press these in... A lot of honda atvs came with these so I'd imagine it could be a good fix

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    Sweet. I will look into that and the requires dimensions to see if I can do it!
    Yesterday I ran into an Old Girlfriend and I thought I missed her...
    So I backed up and hit her again, ya know sometimes I really do miss her!!

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    Cool I hope it all works out for ya...might save a few bucks

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    Any luck with the rims yet?

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    I tried to order the inserts Friday but they have a weird system of order and try call you to discuss. There was a minimum order as well so hoping to clear that hurdle. Hope to have some info this week but I think it'll work.
    Yesterday I ran into an Old Girlfriend and I thought I missed her...
    So I backed up and hit her again, ya know sometimes I really do miss her!!

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