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Fenton wheels and caps
« on: September 12, 2011, 07:30:05 PM »
Just wondering, how rare are true Pinto Fenton wheels and caps? My 72 has Fenton wheels and caps, I have 3 sets of the slotted alum mags now, this is the only set that is true Fenton wheels, the other two sets are Western Wheels, 
 
One more question, is there any way to read/anyone know how to read a build sheet? I can understand some of it, but other things on it are just codes
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