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#1 oddcomp

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Posted 08 June 2004 - 01:36 PM

ok they are really used
but since i could afford them i got a hell of a deal rims+ almost new tires still have alot of the casting fuzzies on them

traded some green less than 110$ and my 4 old rims and tires
took half hour to swap 8 tires around with 1 jack and a jack stand and no power tools
and this is what i ended up with w00t


sorry did not adjust the picture :) so its prolly huge
oh and the ford in the background is not mine i am just fixing it
the turbo dodge caravan the wife is about to leave in is mine however


oh and my usuall luck with things
got in it to leave and .. thump thump bang bang bang bang bang
pulled off the road pulled off the front left tire and oooh lookie
some nice excess weld bead is hitting the brake caliper
i had a file and was furiously filing down the over sized weld goober
on the side of the road
all better now
strangely they came off a 85 wagon with 1.8 f.i not a turbo ... i would think they would have went bang bang bang on the 85 as well
unless turbo's have bigger calipers

now even with worn out struts i can hit corners hard and it sticks like glue no "feeling" of slipping alot quieter on the highway also

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