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Re: Custom Dash Help
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If there are any more uncut ones floating around it would be ideal for me

Posted on: 2012/11/19 10:58
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Re: 15x8 zero offset
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Sorry DD i should have said neg camber.
I do like the look of the +0 offset, being the dish it has.
If I can get the wheel in the guards with neg camber then that's me...I just don't want to spend $Xxx on a set of 8's that won't fit the front of my ute. The rear will be fine. If its been done before then happy days :)
Thanks for some enlightenment on this boys.

Posted on: 2012/11/19 10:29
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Re: 15x8 zero offset
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First of all that red coupe looks tough! Love it!

Yeah I see what you mean.
The rear won't matter to much as I'm getting another diff shortened with the 4link brackets on it and selling the 31 diff that's set up for leaves. The rear is also tubbed to the rails so there is a little more room there to!
With adjustable front end, a bit of caster to pull it in and a guard a +15 may be my best option yeah????

Posted on: 2012/11/19 0:14
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Re: 15x8 zero offset
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I have tried a few suppliers around melbourne but they don't want to sell different size sets unless its a 'custom' order that doubles the price
I don't see the logic In buying two different size full sets to achieve what I want.

If pumping the guards a little to get 15x8 under with out using bolt on flares then thanks for the good news. I'm trying to avoid using them but would like 7s up front

Posted on: 2012/11/18 11:54
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Re: 15x8 zero offset
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What is the go with people getting 8's for the rear and 7a's for the front as the suppliers I have spoken to don't do a different size set. It's really annoying as I would like 8-8.5s on the rear and 7-7.5's on the front.
I have tubbed the rear so able to go right to rail and rolled the guards. Front I have maddat's coil ofer and adjustable package with lip on the guards rolled. I'm at the point of getting my wheels sorted so looking up as much as I can.
If you have any light on this I'd like some clarity

Posted on: 2012/11/18 8:35
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Re: 4 link setup help
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I am building a link rear end in my ute and it is a bit of a mission but I'm having a ball doing it and iv used the McDonalds bros kit and il say they are very well made kits that include everything you need to mould it to your car.
There is other alternative kits out there for shore but from what I know of the gear I have and knolage of the boys at McDonalds bros is it makes for a easy, strong kit to use (realistitly a few hundred more dollars for top knotch gear that you want over the time you want it to last is worth it) with plenty of adjustability.

That's my 2cents guys

Posted on: 2012/11/18 5:46
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Re: shed cleanout vic - assorted parts
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Some real bargins there ange.
Have you got a cooler to go with the lines or just the braided lines?
Also have you got any ti rims your off loading?
Good luck with it all

Posted on: 2012/11/13 4:16
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Re: Brake lines
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Does brake line size in diameter need to change with a big brake upgrade?
I understand its about pressure not volume but throwing it out there.
Iv just brought lines and all fittings to run myself a new brake system next time I'm at the factory.

Posted on: 2012/11/12 10:10
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Re: ca18det stroker crankshaft
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Was this unit an off the shelf item at some point in time?
What sort of money are these things worth in the past and what are you looking for?

Posted on: 2012/11/1 7:44
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Re: Needed ... Ca clutch and pressure plate
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Thanks Warner that sounds good to me. Before I jump into action on this
Also what time frame would be able to have this? I have a roller ATM so would be 6months before I could turn key and get road test done and back to you I'm guessing

IS THERE ANYONE ON MELBOURNE ABLE TO HELP???

Posted on: 2012/10/24 0:31
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