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I'm not saying they are the same, interesting pictures...

http://www.potenza.cc/9c0fbd9a2e0b6d701/9c...9b790c80201.php

http://www.buggiesunlimited.com/golf-cart/...el/W08%20103409

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Pretty serious price difference.......

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Interesting isn't it? I've been thinking of importing some of these for a year or so but just not had the cash. If you search US eBay for 7x10 golf cart wheels there are loads of different designs. I wonder how likely it is that they're the same wheel......

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im sure they are made in china or something, its intresting stuff!


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you can bet your bottom doller and your parents house they are made in China , and in the same factory,

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On 3rd Oct, 2010 fastcarl said:
you can bet your bottom doller and your parents house they are made in China , and in the same factory,


Second that,always been suspicious of these.

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thats a fair difference, anyone going to the us soon?


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There are some wheels that look similar (in my eyes) to those spun ones that Vizard had on his car available for golf carts with a 4" pcd that ive spotted in america that ive been wondering about for a while

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grow up you fool .


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On 3rd Oct, 2010 Nic said:
There are some wheels that look similar (in my eyes) to those spun ones that Vizard had on his car available for golf carts with a 4" pcd that ive spotted in america that ive been wondering about for a while


Oh oh, tell us more. I've always loved the McNally wheels.

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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stupid question would kart wheels hold the extra power of a car???

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here they have a nice selection of 10" s

http://www.golfcarttirestore.com/chrome_wheels.htm

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This is infact a nice wheel:

http://www.golfcarttirestore.com/w_10gtw2_12.htm

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 4th Oct, 2010 kenny2 said:
stupid question would kart wheels hold the extra power of a car???


not just that, will they take the weight and the cornering forces?

Quad's alos have 4x4" PCD and come in wide 10's over here as well..........


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i loked into this abit and im really not sure what to think. its not like i can buy some and test them to destruction safely. id love to find out if we could use these. it would defo make our cars all quite special as there are some really nice look wheels about. main concern is how soft and thin the metal is and it will buckle twist etc

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cant beat a good blowout.


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I heard on another forum that many german mini race series use these cart wheels with great success.

Thing is, I've never heard of any german mini race series *tongue*

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there is the British Car Trophy http://www.british-car-trophy.de/

but a road driven car is something differend, thinking of pot holes, etc. that is something out TÜV (like your MOT) is testing carefully.
don't know how the Potenza wheels perform in real life, but they come without papers to legalise them. nevertheless some people run them TÜV approved


On 5th Oct, 2010 Prawn said:
Thing is, I've never heard of any german mini race series *tongue*


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ive contacted the golf cart shop to find out shipping and insurance costs, dont know if I would buy a set but worth asking the question


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Wouldn't a CNCed or cast wheel be stronger than split rims almost no matter what?

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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depends if they are CNC'd out of chocolate.... mmmm chocolate

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10"x7 must be very rigid compared to bigger rims? Feels unlikely to me that you could break them while cornering etc *Confused*

i once had a template showing clearances, bolt face angel, center hole etc unable to find something like that now…

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Found some stuff

http://www.flickr.com/photos/shepsgarage/4...57623811811952/

http://www.minimania.com/web/threadid/102976/msgthread.cfm

http://www.flickr.com/photos/shepsgarage/s...57622949872179/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/shepsgarage/s...ith/4460159260/

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oh many they're gorgeous! I think I need some.....

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On 5th Oct, 2010 pickmeup said:
ive contacted the golf cart shop to find out shipping and insurance costs, dont know if I would buy a set but worth asking the question


did you get a shipping figure?


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I'd be very interested to hear what a set of these without tyres would cost to get to the UK, very tempted by these indeed!

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yea me to, found this beast with potenzas



wonder if there is a big difference in clearances, strongness different rims?
7X10 itp interceptor (looks the same as the one in the pic) feels like a safe choice

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