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    I got some new wheels for the TrailBlazer.







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    Those look sweet

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    I like them...definitely look good on your ride : )


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    Thanks, finding 6-127 wheels are a pain to find. I found these on Discount Tires site, they have been discontinued for bout 4 years but the manufacturer found a bunch in the warehouse.

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    I agree those look pretty darn good, definitely a good buy
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    Thanks, they were definitely a steal of a deal.

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    I really like the style of the wheel, and the larger tires look nice on it! I know what you mean about the wheels, when you get the metric bolt pattern that sucks! My Colorado is like that as well, It is 6x135mm.

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    Do you have one of the early Colorados? A friend of mine has one and it is running 6-139.7 like the rest of the 6-bolt pattern world.

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    Yeah I have a 2004 Colorado, I have heard of guys having wheels bored out but I'm not real flippy about that idea. I will have to check out the wheel size you said, I didn't know that was an option lol! I just bought a new set of moto metal wheels for it too..

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    Definitely like those! I can't tell from the pics, are they polished or chrome?
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