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You have to check out the all new three piece alum. Spun wheel the SECTOR by DWT www.dwtracing.com

It's the answer to everyones questions

Available in stock offset

Light weight

Bead lock or non bead lock

Many offsets available

Replaceable parts

Heat treated 6061 .190 so it's very strong

Made in the USA

Easy tire mounting

It's a must see and will be showed at the sand show 09/17---09/19 come by the DWT booth

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