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Old 04-16-2007, 07:22 PM   #1
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Default WTB, Atlanta area: inexpensive wheels and tires

I would like to pick up a set of miata wheels with tires. Cosmetics unimportant. What's important is they hold air and will roll for 500 miles. They will be put on a car that will be towed on a dolly.

Realy only need 2, but will take 4. Would like to pick them up in the next few days. Looking for cheap.

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The pull-a-part in south Atlanta has a Miata, and if I recall, it had 2 wheels. Can't remember whether the tires were any good. But if you went to a pull-a-part, you could just grab any old steelie off a civic, IRC.
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Can any of you Honda guys let me know if 4 lug wheels from an 03 Civic will work for me? They are 14" and come with 185-75-14 tires.
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i believe they are 4x100
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yeah, but what about offset or anything else that could cause an incompatibility?
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I believe they should work fine
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The pull-a-part in south Atlanta has a Miata, and if I recall, it had 2 wheels. Can't remember whether the tires were any good. But if you went to a pull-a-part, you could just grab any old steelie off a civic, IRC.
Argg. I wish I hadn't read this. I'm going to have to find a way to make it down there to see what's left. That's a first for the local Pull-A-Parts.
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