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kcchan

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Someone posted this to me yesterday:

http://www.wheels.ca/article/227845

Now I know Carl's wheel conversions are becoming increasingly popular so what are your thoughts on this?

Anybody actually had any problems?

King

EDIT: a quick search came up with one other thread that mentions a previous discussion but I can't find it?

Edited by kcchan on 8th Mar, 2012.


Alex

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Woolavington, Zummerzet

I've stripped loads of inner tubes out of tyres over the years and never seen one with rubbing issues.
A frined in the States has run tubes while autocrossing...

Metric is for people who can't do fractions.


Jimster
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99% of the autograss cars use tubes, with wheel speeds of over 100mph and race speed of 60mph there is plenty of wheel spin and lots of heat in the tyres.

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On 15th May, 2009 TurboDave said:

I think the welsh one has it right!


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kcchan

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Fair enough. I guess its one of those theories that never gets proved or disproved.

Bought some talc anyway. Prevention rather than cure eh.


Carlzilla

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Personally i've always thought it to be a load of balls. Nout wrong with inners at all!

On 26th Jan, 2012 Tom Fenton said:
ring problems are down to wear or abuse but although annoying it isn't a show stopper

On 5th Aug, 2014 madmk1 said:
Shit the bed! I had snapped the end of my shaft off!!

17.213 @ 71mph, 64bhp n/a (Old Engine)

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