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Old 01-28-2004, 09:54 PM
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does anyone have a set of these on their truck?going to buy a set and was just curious as to how they hold up to rough stuff!they look totally awsome though!
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Old 01-28-2004, 10:58 PM
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All I have to say is-pspmfg? Does that stand for something or is that what it's called? Try to say that-pssipemfffga.... Watch this be some high-tech R/C term that I don't know about and ya'll will be making fun of me.[8D]
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Probably P.S.P. manufacturing.
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Old 01-29-2004, 09:15 AM
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Default RE: pspmfg aluminum wheels

I'm not sure about those but I can tell you I will think twice about another set of alum rims. I got some from MSJ. And after a little bashing one rim is bent up around the bead area. I wonder if they will repair or replace this rim anyone know?
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Default RE: pspmfg aluminum wheels

I doubt they would. I would never get aluminum wheels unless I wanted a show truck, but what fun is that?! I'm fine with the nylon or plastic ones, whatever mine are lol. Just like those spinner wheels, just for show, one wreck or something the spinners or the sluminum wheel is more that likely toast or scratched up or something.
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lol!yea it is quite the tongue twister!P.S.P. Manufacturing is the correct name.the website is pspmfg.com. check out the site.they claim their wheels are made from a solid stock of aluminum (whether or not that will make that much of a difference, i don't know?) the wheels are killer though! let me know what you all think. thanks for the input.
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These Wheels are Guaranteed against Manufacturing Defects.
As with any form of Racing, the warranty ends there. *
no warrenty
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