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SubjectSOLD............
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Posted by|-K|=K
Posted on9/9/04 6:06 PM



SOLD............

22" one-off "sharkfin" prototype Coddington Slayer wheels. 22x10" front and rear with 7" front backspace and 6.5" rear backspace, 5x5 bolt pattern. Wheels are custom polished in the windows and backsides. Tires are 285/35/22 BFG KDWII. The wheel/tire combo has 0 miles on it, just bolted onto the truck and pushed around.

$3250 plus freight.












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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byjimmy p
Posted on9/10/04 09:06 AM



good deal for someone!!!


1990 454 ss 2-4 drop, custom grill, rollpan....
1989 silverado: caddy clip, bagged with Air Ride Technologies parallel 4 link and tubular a-arms, stock floor bodydropped 2.5", shaved, suicide doors, LS1, Caddy Tails, rollpan
Currently in progress: 20" intros and primer

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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted bymightymaz
Posted on9/10/04 11:36 AM



just curious as to why you are always buying/selling your new wheel combo's?

Project: 89' Mazda B-Series X-cab
Shaved: locks, handles, tail gate, gas filler plate, cowl, antenna, and emblems
Exterior: blue w/ white and silver tribals, roll pan, chrome grill, chrome mirrors, clears, angled plate in gate, tint, sunroof.
Interior: gray cloth, Escort GT bucket seats, sunroof
Suspension: 4-link, 2 viair 380's, 2 five gallon tanks, 8 1/2" SMC's, 1/2" plumbing, 2 3/4" BD soon


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SubjectCause.... new
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Posted by|-K|=K
Posted on9/10/04 12:17 PM



.... I can't make up my mind.

I want more sidewall and just an overall change again.



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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byminytrker
Posted on9/10/04 3:15 PM



if he always has brand new wheels he never has to clean them



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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byIntroWheels
Posted on9/11/04 11:07 AM



Thats always my theory too.


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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted bySublvr72
Posted on9/11/04 10:08 PM



to waste alot of money?!?!

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SubjectRe: Cause.... new
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Posted bymightymaz
Posted on9/13/04 3:02 PM



thanks for the reply, and good luck with the sale man.

Project: 89' Mazda B-Series X-cab
Shaved: locks, handles, tail gate, gas filler plate, cowl, antenna, and emblems
Exterior: blue w/ white and silver tribals, roll pan, chrome grill, chrome mirrors, clears, angled plate in gate, tint, sunroof.
Interior: gray cloth, Escort GT bucket seats, sunroof
Suspension: 4-link, 2 viair 380's, 2 five gallon tanks, 8 1/2" SMC's, 1/2" plumbing, 2 3/4" BD soon


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SubjectRe: Cause.... new
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Posted byIntroWheels
Posted on9/27/04 2:40 PM



Someone would be getting a good deal here.


AcrophobiA: The Fear of Heights

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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byFUKNDRGN1500
Posted on10/2/04 00:12 AM



would these work good with a 4-6 drop?



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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted bybluelightspecial
Posted on10/2/04 10:20 AM



Im sure they would. They are the right backspacing to tuck good when completely laid out. So yeah they would work just fine. Thats a great deal on those wheels/tires, Ive told Jody before If I had the right bolt pattern he would no longer have those wheels.


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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted bylikaroc13
Posted on10/2/04 4:55 PM



yeah, i think i'd splurge on those babies if i was in the "wheel stage"...but i've got other things to take care of first...definitely one of a kind, and a one of a kind deal






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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted by92escalade
Posted on10/3/04 06:32 AM



what has to be done to layout on these? control arms, firewall? i'm bagged right now w/ stock control arms.

KEEP IT CUSTOM!!!!!!
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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byFUKNDRGN1500
Posted on10/3/04 1:44 PM



so this is the only set of wheels like that? what do the others look like?




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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted bySPRKSHW
Posted on10/3/04 2:05 PM







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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted by|-K|=K
Posted on10/3/04 10:05 PM



I don't foresee a huge problem running these wheels and tires. With the price of $3250, (which is about the same for a similar set in 20's with tires) you could sell the larger 285/35/20 and get 285/30 or 295/30, even 265/35 tires.

They will definately tuck. You may have some rubbing issues up front on the inner wheelwells going through dips, but a good bumpstop can fix that.



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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted by|-K|=K
Posted on10/3/04 10:10 PM
Attachment6-4932-slayer5.jpg



Yes...

Mine VS. Production.

Mine... flat wide spike with flat lug recess.


The production wheel, with skinny outter spike and fluted lug recesses.



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SubjectRe: 22" Coddington/BFG combo new
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Posted byjimmy p
Posted on10/4/04 08:46 AM



wow yours look a ton better!! Why couldnt they produce them the same way as your protos were?


1990 454 ss 2-4 drop, custom grill, rollpan....
1989 silverado: caddy clip, bagged with Air Ride Technologies parallel 4 link and tubular a-arms, stock floor bodydropped 2.5", shaved, suicide doors, LS1, Caddy Tails, rollpan. 20" intro hammers/BFG tires

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