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fastcarl

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leeds/wakefield.

i need some honest feedback on this ,

somehting went wrong with the link,i'll try again

carl

Edited by fastcarl on 30th Sep, 2009.

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Joe C

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shiny, but needs some material taken off the centre IMO

Edited by Joe C on 30th Sep, 2009.

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Joe, do you have a photo of your tool?



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Brett

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looks heavy :(
would it affect the cooling of brakes?

that's he first 2 things that spring to mind.

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Ha, no one has got it yet then *wink*


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Adam_R

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it looks a bit too plain in my opinion.
like its missing something


rosco454

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Looks similar to an image 19.

Since tom says no one has got it yet il throw in a wild guess on a ti centre?

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fastcarl

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leeds/wakefield.

I'm thinking they are surely more streamline having a flat face,

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looks like a train wheel chooo choooo

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either what rosco said or wheel before final machining?

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Oh, i forgot.

I like them!

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Bodge Job

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I've got a set of them in 12"

What size are they please ?
I'm after some in 10", if there up for sale.

Thanks


GaryOS

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Is there less fixings than normal? It could just look that way because of the plain (and plane) centre though

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I think Gary OS has taken over my role as the forum smart arse *happy*


On 30th Apr, 2010 Rod S said:
Gary's description is best


paul wiginton
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Is that 13" and narrow? wouldnt be a ti centre - that would be heavier

Paul

I seriously doubt it!


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Hmm i'm wondering if the size is deceiving somehow...


cossierick

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I dont like it.

Rick

Its prob not even a real wheel

Edited by cossierick on 30th Sep, 2009.


Rob H

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I'm guessing 13" Magnesium Centers, possibly utilising off the shelf rims.

That's based on the ratio of the PCD to the overall diameter of the wheel and the specific gravity of magnesium being half that of aluminum. Out of interest I'd like to see the back of the wheels, have they been hogged out by chance? either that or you're too fooking lazy to machine the centers.

As an aside they remind me of the ten inch wheels that Slater made for his mini.

Edited by Rob H on 30th Sep, 2009.

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On 30th Sep, 2009 Tom Fenton said:
Ha, no one has got it yet then *wink*


guessing its not about the wheel fully... Ti valve cap? Ti fixings? new curten?

David.


GaryOS

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It definately looks like a 13" but it doesn't look like magnesium

On 12th Nov, 2009 Paul S said:

I think Gary OS has taken over my role as the forum smart arse *happy*


On 30th Apr, 2010 Rod S said:
Gary's description is best


Rob H

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Got to say though the blue valve cap is a bit chav

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paul wiginton
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What are we supposed to be guessing?

I seriously doubt it!


fastcarl

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leeds/wakefield.

you not, i was asking what people thought of it,


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cossierick

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Who said anything about guessing, hes just asked for feedback.lol.

rick

On 30th Sep, 2009 paul wiginton said:
What are we supposed to be guessing?


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On 30th Sep, 2009 mini13 said:

shiny, but needs some material taken off the centre IMO


What, there is no material in the centre?? *wink*

On 13th Jul, 2012 Ben H said:
Mine gets in the way a bit, but only when it is up. If it is down it does not cause a problem.



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On 30th Sep, 2009 Vegard said:



On 30th Sep, 2009 mini13 said:

shiny, but needs some material taken off the centre IMO


What, there is no material in the centre?? *wink*



Lol, cheeky *happy*

On 12th Nov, 2009 Paul S said:

I think Gary OS has taken over my role as the forum smart arse *happy*


On 30th Apr, 2010 Rod S said:
Gary's description is best


paul wiginton
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On 30th Sep, 2009 cossierick said:

Who said anything about guessing, hes just asked for feedback.lol.

rick

On 30th Sep, 2009 paul wiginton said:
What are we supposed to be guessing?


Its in the 'Carls guessing games' forum,

Id have to see it on a car

I seriously doubt it!

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