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It's finally time for new tires after 79k on my tired (no pun intended) old. F 710s. Thought what the heck my as well upgrade wheels too. Going to a 17" from my 1lt 16". Having Sears do it since I got a payment plan with their card. Here's the wheels and tires I'm going with.
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ICW banshee wheel with 225/50R17 Continental ContiPro tires
And yes will post pics of before and after soon.
 

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Thanks.
We have problems here though. **** wheels are scratched from tire machine and balancers. Mother F RRR!
So much for an awesome review to these guys.
 

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Maybe Jon will know what to do.
 

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They'll have to replace the wheels. They should've used the plastic foot for the machine.
 

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Yeah was trying to keep a positive attitude with them and watch their work. The problem today with these alloys is you look at them the wrong way and they scratch.
 

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Still, I've never scratched a wheel while mounting them and balancing them. Just need to be careful
 

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Back on lift now trying to rub out scratches. Probably wasting both of ours time.
 

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Look at what technicians Sears hire. Found this posted on window while waiting for them to rectify their F up on my new wheels.
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Yeah. That's a joke that went around on social media. Didn't realize some cool cat manager would actually print it
 

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Posted right next to hiring sign
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Those rims look good. Whered u get them from? I've been racking my brain trying to find decent rims that don't break the bank with this stupid bolt pattern.

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I got them from Sears but highly suggest you find them elsewhere. Im still working on getting new undamaged wheels from them. Ive seen them from $100-$150 a wheel. I did sears for the interest free program. I saw them on Amazon I think for the best price.
 
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