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Need New Stock Rim Front and Tire can't get ahold of Joyner

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I've tried to contact Joyner for 3 days, but no luck. I'm in need of a new front rim and tire stock. I live in Mexico and have tried with my American cell phone and no luck, can someone direct me to a website or another phone number to buy what I need. I need to have these by Friday the 19th to make a road trip.

Thanks,

Casey

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I will be selling two of my front rims with tires but will not be back until Jan. I have four.

rocmoc n Mexico/AZ

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What is wrong with your old wheels, They are made of alum. You can repair alum wheels if they are not damaged too much and they will be just as strong with a good welder.

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