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Old 05-02-2006, 06:43 PM   #21
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Hello Lynne,

I put 15x7" steel wheels new made for trailers of course ,I was able to find the wider wheel ,but it is not necessary .the 15x6 is fine .Painted them with automotive paint (like whats on the exterior of your vehical) ,used a nice blue that matches my travelall paint .I used the baby moons also ,so its vintage but with some color , The black gives the most original look though ,It is nice to add some personality to these trailers.

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