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I have four of these for sale. They are in decent shape. I've buffed off the clearcoat to give them a brushed finish on the aluminum and painted the rough inner portions of the wheel satin black. There are a few small dings, but they are not bad looking rims. If I had decided to keep them they would be really sharp with some more TLC.

There are no cracks or any functional defects of any kind. The only reason I am getting rid of them is I had to change out the rims to run larger tires. I have the stock tires still on the wheels, but I doubt anybody would want them. I am willing to take the tires off so you would only have to pay for shipping the wheels.

Asking price is $100 + you pay shipping. I am really only selling them so they don't sit around going to waste. If anybody is interested I'll take some photos and send them along.

I am here in the South San Francisco Bay Area.

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them are nice wheels..I have them on my 02....and good price also..

Seller you should post pics of them....
 

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yes they will fit your sportsman..I have mine on a 02 sportsman 500....they are nice wheels....just I cant use the center caps because of the front hubs with the Hillard clutches in them..But i seen some with different hubs...that look like they may work...have to try to find them for myself....
 

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Interested just waiting to see some pictures and what size they are or what the size of the tires that are on them now.

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Here is a photo of the front rim - you can also see them on the ATV before I painted them. These are 12 x 6 and 12 x 8 stock Crusher rims from a 2007 Sportsman 500.

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The wheels turned out nice. Been thinking about adding black accents like that to my wheels or get some M9 patriot wheels.
 

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OK guys I'll get a shipping estimate as soon as I can.

For those interested, adding the painted accents took a while but was not difficult. First, clean the wheels thoroughly. Then mask the areas to remain unpainted. I did this by taping over the surfaces and then using a razor knife to cut the tape at the edges. I used some automotive satin black, but I think they also would have looked really good had I used maybe a battleship gray. If you remember the old Torg Thrust American Racing wheels they had a similar color scheme. When I first bought the ATV the original wheels were shedding the factory clearcoat so they looked pretty rough. It was starting peel away in spots. I could not salvage the clearcoat so I opted for a satin aluminum look by buffing it away.

They are indeed nice wheels. I had to go to ITP steel wheels to fit my new Kenda Bearclaw HTR tires. Very happy with the ITP wheels as well.

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