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These are the 16's I got planned for my ute....needs lowering of course

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Team_Dat
Posted: 2004/3/18 4:45  Updated: 2004/3/18 4:45
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Sweet wheels gives it that cool racing look. like your off to the mountain

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L18_B110
Posted: 2004/3/18 7:02  Updated: 2004/3/18 7:02
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They're R31 Skyline GTS wheels. Which was an Australia only limeted edition model - rare as rocking horse ............ I'm kinda into Skylines - own 3 of 'em.

They look hot on the ute. Go really well with the blue too. nice...

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MadTimo
Posted: 2004/3/18 8:35  Updated: 2004/3/18 8:35
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I wouldn't say rare....but very expensive to buy new.

There are lots of these wheels around, but unfortunately most of them remain on R31 GTS skylines.......

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1600datoman
Posted: 2003/3/3 6:56  Updated: 2003/3/3 6:56
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 Re: 16
love the ute from what i can see of it. nice wells well done.what mostor has it got in it.

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DatA15
Posted: 2003/12/28 13:35  Updated: 2003/12/28 13:35
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i like those wheels. how much did they set ya back??? pretty nice dark navy blue colour as well.

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MadTimo
Posted: 2003/12/28 13:46  Updated: 2003/12/28 13:46
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They cost me nothing.....they're off a skyline and a new replacement from nissan is very expensive

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Lobster
Posted: 2003/2/7 5:49  Updated: 2003/2/7 5:49
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 Re: 16
How do they fit on the front?
Do they scrub on the inside back at all?

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1200ute8u1
Posted: 2003/2/7 6:08  Updated: 2003/2/7 6:08
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 Re: 16
i know some one in syd who is selling a set just like that but they have a crome center but he bort them and put them on but when he had to put new brakes on the brakes were to big cus he upgraded them and they scrub a tiny bit on the front just a tiny bit



ow there of a reno clio sport if thats how yah spell it its a nice car if u guys wana buy a car to use as a dayly driver and leave the dato as ur pride and joy this is the car

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MadTimo
Posted: 2003/2/7 8:33  Updated: 2003/2/7 8:33
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 Re: 16
Lobster, yes they scrub on the inside on the back. I have to change the offset back and front. Also flare the guards slightly on the front.

And have to make longer studs all round cause I can't find anyone who sells them

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1200rallycar
Posted: 2003/2/7 8:34  Updated: 2003/2/7 8:34
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 Re: 16
how to change offset, diffrent setup or wheel spacers or something???

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MadTimo
Posted: 2003/2/7 8:59  Updated: 2003/2/7 8:59
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I thought about actually adding to the offset of the wheel cause I know someone who can do it. But I think i'll just use spacers cause i already have some

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Quinn
Posted: 2003/2/8 1:03  Updated: 2003/2/8 1:03
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 Re: 16
dont make new nuts just go to a wreckers and pull some off any of the bluebirds or old skylines just take a set of mesuring callapers with you. i did this and found a set off a old turbo bluebird which fitted and were 10mm longer. perfect.

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MadTimo
Posted: 2003/2/8 2:57  Updated: 2003/2/8 2:57
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 Re: 16
Thanks, but its just as easy to punch a program into a CNC lathe and watch it spit new studs out...plus it seems that mine are a different fit from later datsuns/nissans. Thats why I had trouble finding some. They actually do make them for a 1200 ute but they don't fit in mine