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Old 01-23-2004, 08:45 PM   #1
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OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

For those that are old enough to remember the show the A-Team, what kind of wheels are on that van? I need 1 wheel, I have 3 and need to find 1.. without a name, it's next to impossible to find one. thanks.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

They are 15" turbine's painted black with red accents.

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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

Here is a link to a break down of the info on the van.

http://www.bkauto.net/Ateam.htm
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dude sweet.. thanks !
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

they look like the same wheels on the general lee!...01 baby!...charger wheels are the same i think
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

Quote: Originally Posted by railin93
they look like the same wheels on the general lee!...01 baby!...charger wheels are the same i think
i think they are
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

I don't care, but I like the link.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

thought those were called "thornbirds"
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

nope, I'm wrong...Thornbirds are the tires that you typically see on those wheels on jeeps.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

DUDE....i saw that van driving through providence a couple months back...took pix and everything but my friend has em
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GET THE PIX from him!
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

the general lee's were 10 spoke.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

Looks like the same wheels that i have on my 89 GMC S-15, i got mine from an old camaro...
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

a couple friends of mine built an a-team van actually, that thing is cheesy for sure.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

dude those wheels are called "hurricanes". but i don't know where to find them. try maybe ebay or an old school van shop. they might have an idea. but i'm pretty sure that's what they're called.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

Noone makes those wheels anymore. At one time practically every wheel manufacturer made their version of the whel. So it is going to be very difficult to find the exact same one unless you know what company made the ones that you have. Other than that comb the junk yards, cuz I always see those things layin around.
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Re: OLD SCHOOL WHEELS.. A-Team Van style

www.car-parts.com it's a huge nationwide junkyard listing
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