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 Post subject: Re: NL Fairlane..
Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:45 pm 
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Damn they are SSL!!! You got any before pics of the ride height?? Just interested for my own Lane.


nah i dont sorry bud should be the same height as ur NF, the only pic i got of it is still photochoped, just picture it how it is now with about 3inchs between the wheel n the guards.. was pretty high :shock:

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:23 pm 
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does anyone know how big my hub center would be? couldnt be bother getting some verniers n taking my wheel off, i need to find out to get some spacers/adapters made up
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Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:46 am 
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Hey Biggie C,

Long time no see dude. The lanes looking the goods. Should go for a cruise down noosa way sometime. Give us a yell.

Cheers Matt Brooks

 

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Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:11 pm 
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Hey Biggie C,

Long time no see dude. The lanes looking the goods. Should go for a cruise down noosa way sometime. Give us a yell.

Cheers Matt Brooks


yeh dont really do the cruise thing ay lol hopefully gettin my 17" territorys on soon but

 

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Posted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 7:54 pm 
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territory wheels goin on tomorro..but does anyone know a way of stickin the center wheel caps on?? its been alowed for a bigga nut the ford territorys have to the nuts the spaces came with are to small for them to clip onto

i was thinkin silcone, sickaflex or double sided tape some how?
also dont really want them falling off so ima need somethin that sticks good

 

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 Post subject: Re: NL Fairlane..
Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2010 2:30 pm 
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any pics with them on yet ?
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Posted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 8:56 pm 
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i bought 25mm spacers was getting them put on thinking it'll be sweet.. than bamm a prob stud sticks out further than 25mm so my option was to cut studs or spend more money on bigger spacers so ive decided jus to get rid of the rims n spacers... i measured my stud n it sticks out like 40mm my other option is a 35mm spacer but it would still need to be cut down alil...
pretty devo'd bout the whole stituation was lookin forward to a new look

ahwell prob gonna get some 19's or 20's pre au fitment after my holidays :)

 

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Posted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:43 pm 
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Good, make sure you get some classy wheels on it!

You will be much happier this way, just have to wait for a bit.
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Posted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:46 pm 
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nice car mate what style of rims are you looking at buying now
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Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 7:32 pm 
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SLO247 wrote:
Good, make sure you get some classy wheels on it!

You will be much happier this way, just have to wait for a bit.


i think the territorys woulda lookd cool but ahwell

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nice car mate what style of rims are you looking at buying now

thinkin bout jus dealing with 20's haha
these http://cgi.ebay.com.au/20-AD-501-WHEELS ... 414d37d7d8

or these 18's http://cgi.ebay.com.au/18-PDW-FUZION-WH ... 414b277eea
does anyone know if i got wheels would i have to get my guards rolled??
but next on the list is a new battery lol and i want to get 5% tint just need a garage to get it done in

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:00 pm 
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id go the 20s u'll reget it if u get the 18s
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Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:12 pm 
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i reckon twenties would be too much i have 18's (thanks very much) and have some clearance issues with ball joint grease nipples - had to remove and plug em! and i have 245/40's all round and the front does catch every now and then, as well 20's will make standard brakes seem really small unless you get ricer chromies :lol:

 

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Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:52 pm 
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id go the 20s u'll reget it if u get the 18s

yeh i'd prob go the 20's

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i reckon twenties would be too much i have 18's (thanks very much) and have some clearance issues with ball joint grease nipples - had to remove and plug em! and i have 245/40's all round and the front does catch every now and then, as well 20's will make standard brakes seem really small unless you get ricer chromies :lol:


wow and urs isnt as low as my fairlane either.. prob just have to work around it lol deff not gettin the ricer chromies
will deff be gettin a wheel thats a pre au fitment n most of em are 5spokes
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fairlane6970 wrote:
i reckon twenties would be too much i have 18's (thanks very much) and have some clearance issues with ball joint grease nipples - had to remove and plug em! and i have 245/40's all round and the front does catch every now and then, as well 20's will make standard brakes seem really small unless you get ricer chromies :lol:


Mate i just got myself a set of the same rims as yours and i havnt chucked them on yet but i was just wondering if ya ball joint grease nipples were the only problem youv had with them and what size spacers did you use with them (if their not already pre AU) cheers
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Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2010 7:46 pm 
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fairlane6970 wrote:
i reckon twenties would be too much i have 18's (thanks very much) and have some clearance issues with ball joint grease nipples - had to remove and plug em! and i have 245/40's all round and the front does catch every now and then, as well 20's will make standard brakes seem really small unless you get ricer chromies :lol:


Mate i just got myself a set of the same rims as yours and i havnt chucked them on yet but i was just wondering if ya ball joint grease nipples were the only problem youv had with them and what size spacers did you use with them (if their not already pre AU) cheers


i had 25mm spacers n it wasnt gonna work unless i cut the studs down

 

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