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    FS: 17x5 Lincoln LS aluminum spares

    I have six 17x5" Lincoln LS spares, five of which have tires (one is wheel only). These are great for guys who have Cobra front brakes, either as a spare wheel/tire in the trunk, or as front drag wheels. By themselves, the wheels weigh 13.5 pounds, which is about half the weight of a typical cast 17x7 or 17x9.

    None of these is cosmetically perfect. Some have scratches & wear, but they're all straight. I'll post pics of each wheel by itself, and assign each wheel a number. First come, first serve. Just let me know which number(s) you want.

    I'm asking $75 plus shipping for each of the tires with wheels, and $50 plus shipping on the wheel by itself. That's less than any I see listed for sale on eBay. Shipping on the wheels w/tires may not be economical. Send me your zip code and we can find out. Shipping on the wheel by itself won't be too bad.

    You can also pick them up from me in Chattanooga, TN, or I can deliver them free of charge to the Epic Drive in May if you'd like.

    Spare #1:

    Tire isn't a temporary spare. It's a 215/60-17 Firestone Affinity T4 made in the 40th week of 2006.

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    Spare # 2:

    Tire is the OE Maxxis 185/60-17 made in the 48th week of 2002.

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    Spare # 3:

    Tire is the OE Maxxis 185/60-17 made in the 51st week of 2003. Probably the second best wheel, if that's what matters to you. I don't think it's ever been mounted to the hub, and the tire still has its molding nubs on the tread blocks.

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    Spare # 4:

    Tire is the OE Maxxis 185/60-17 made in the 20th week of 2003. The best wheel of the bunch.

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    Spare # 5:

    Tire is a Firestone 185/60-17 made in the 32nd week of 2002. The best tire of the bunch. I was going to keep this one for my 95 LX, but I've decided to hub swap that car.

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    Spare #6:

    It's ugly, and whoever dismounted the tire must have gnawed the tire off with his teeth, but it looks as if it will hold air. If you don't care how it looks and you just need a light wheel for drag racing, here you go.

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    And I'm sure everyone knows this, but: The wheels are great for drag racing, but the tires are not. They're not designed to handle that kind of speed.
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    Open to offers on these. I can deliver them to the Epic Drive to avoid shipping costs.
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