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Best Use for Old 27' Alloy Rims?

Old 06-03-20, 04:04 PM
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I was trying to imagine a three-story tall rim, or a REALLY high-wheeler......
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That's the proper re-use for bent rims and steel rims (with exception to-pre-TI Raleigh rims).

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