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Discussion in 'Eagle Flight' started by ffemt1271, Jan 29, 2006.
what would a set of simulators cost for a 1989 f-800 with 10 lug wheels?
Do you know what size wheels are on the truck?
i believe they are 22 inch with steel rims with 5 hand holes in each rim.
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Hey EagleRim, how much for simulators for 2006 f-350 dually cab and chassis with stock steel rims 17" i believe. Pattern isnt too important as long as they are chrome and look good.
Those would be $273.00 for a set of 4. That includes the stainless air valve extensions for the rear wheels.
Here is a link:
Take a look and see what you think. If you have any questions, let me know.
1 International 4700 with 19.5" wheels
1 F350 with 16 " wheels.
How much per truck?
The Int'l would be $323.00 for a set of 4. Here is a link to them:
The Ford would be $213.00 for a set of 4. Here is a link to them:
Both sets include the air valve extension kits, as well as all the mounting hardware. I would need to know the year model of each truck before you ordered them. If you have any questions, feel free to ask away.
Thanks for replying to my post about simulators.. I have a 2000 Isuzu NPR 12000 GVWR. I believe they are 16 or 16.5 rims. What would a set for this truck cost and shipped to south louisiana? Can I mount them myself or do I need to have a tire dealer install them, also do you have a pic of them? Thanks.
Those would be $249.00 for a set of 4. Shipping would be about $12-$15 by UPS Ground. We are located in Ky, so it would only take 1-2 days to get them to you. You definitely would be able to install these yourself, you don't have to take the wheel off or anything.
Here is a link to them on our website:
Here is a pic:
If you have anymore questions, let me know.