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 Post subject: Re: E Series stud pattern shared with us fords?
Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:50 pm 
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Doean't matter if it is 1mm or 20. Clearing is clearing.

it dont matter if you win by an inch or a mile.. winnings winning!! :P

nah i agree with 67RCE if its 1mm or 20mm as long as it clears who cares


Lol, thats exactly where I got the quote from. For those that say 10's don't fit, your quite welcon to be proven wrong. come check out my Fairlane and I'll prove 10" rears clear with ease.

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 1:51 pm 
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So your rears are "inside" your guard? Like f**k they are.

The rear guards on these cars leave a bit of room for pissing about with mate. 10" with zero offset would be about in line with outside guard... I'm tracking slightly wider than normal with a 9" rim and there's plenty of room to add more....
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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:04 pm 
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It's nowherr near impossible to get wheels that fit E Series. It's a case of owners being to tight/poor to spend big monry on wheels. Hell, my set in the above post were $2k.


and those wheels/tyres on your car look crap

a cheap lookin car tring to imitate a ricer wananbe :lol:

sell the ford and slap tha wheels onto a delica lol
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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:05 pm 
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It's nowherr near impossible to get wheels that fit E Series. It's a case of owners being to tight/poor to spend big monry on wheels. Hell, my set in the above post were $2k.


and those wheels/tyres on your car look crap

a cheap lookin car tring to imitate a ricer wananbe :lol:

sell the ford and slap tha wheels onto a delica lol


Thanks for your opinion, what a shame it isn't the one that matters. Oh, by the way, these don't fit Celica's. Next time you try trolling, find soneone who gives a s**t about your opinion.

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:19 pm 
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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:25 pm 
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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

Cheers mate.

Tyre wear is quite good. I've only done 3000k's but I'd expect 40k out of them.

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:42 pm 
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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

Cheers mate.

Tyre wear is quite good. I've only done 3000k's but I'd expect 40k out of them.

sweet, cause a stretched tire looks awesome :twisted:

is the lip of the rim protruding? cause it looks like it is a tiny bit going by the photo angles

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:45 pm 
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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

Cheers mate.

Tyre wear is quite good. I've only done 3000k's but I'd expect 40k out of them.

sweet, cause a stretched tire looks awesome :twisted:

is the lip of the rim protruding? cause it looks like it is a tiny bit going by the photo angles


I can't get a pic, but the lip protrudes from the tyre, but not the bodywork.

 

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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

Cheers mate.

Tyre wear is quite good. I've only done 3000k's but I'd expect 40k out of them.

sweet, cause a stretched tire looks awesome :twisted:

is the lip of the rim protruding? cause it looks like it is a tiny bit going by the photo angles


I can't get a pic, but the lip protrudes from the tyre, but not the bodywork.

nicely done, big thumbs up

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 4:31 pm 
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It's nowherr near impossible to get wheels that fit E Series. It's a case of owners being to tight/poor to spend big monry on wheels. Hell, my set in the above post were $2k.


and those wheels/tyres on your car look crap

a cheap lookin car tring to imitate a ricer wananbe :lol:

sell the ford and slap tha wheels onto a delica lol



Your a complete Bogan wanker ain't ya?
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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 4:32 pm 
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67RCE wrote:
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67RCE, I think the mags look good :twisted:

how are you finding tire wear since the tires are strecthed?

Cheers mate.

Tyre wear is quite good. I've only done 3000k's but I'd expect 40k out of them.

well i doubt a slowlane with btr and 6 cyl is going to smoke 10" wide rims :D
not yet anyway :twisted:

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:01 pm 
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67RCE wrote:

It's nowherr near impossible to get wheels that fit E Series. It's a case of owners being to tight/poor to spend big monry on wheels. Hell, my set in the above post were $2k.


and those wheels/tyres on your car look crap

a cheap lookin car tring to imitate a ricer wananbe :lol:

sell the ford and slap tha wheels onto a delica lol



Your a complete Bogan wanker ain't ya?
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Dale, you cant help know it all bogans who refer to themselves as DK...... Needs more VN in his driveway!

 

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with this whole stretched sidewall thing, don't you get grief from the cops? I know years ago that was a bit of a no - no - they argued that in the case of a flat the rim would hit the gound first (i.e, not cushioned by a wider tyre as it deflated..) I mean, I'm cool with it, but just wondered if it draws attention...

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:53 pm 
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not just that, also pushing the car hard into a corner can cause it to ride on the sidwall.
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Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:14 pm 
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tearlejc wrote:
with this whole stretched sidewall thing, don't you get grief from the cops? I know years ago that was a bit of a no - no - they argued that in the case of a flat the rim would hit the gound first (i.e, not cushioned by a wider tyre as it deflated..) I mean, I'm cool with it, but just wondered if it draws attention...

As long as you stay within guidelines there are no issues. I'm running a fine line, 235's are legal on 9.5's where I habe them on 10's. I don't get hassled by the police in any manner. Driving style and the fact I have a Fairlane allow me to fly under the radar.

 

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