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Old 11-11-2013, 12:36 AM
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all done after 4 months waiting, just need wheels what you guys think

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You could paint the outer part of the rim black (valve stem part to where the inner part of the wheel is welded on) and the inner spokes part red and put chrome lug nuts on it and there you go new rims.

Find some chrome center cap and bang, done. It is a old school fancy up for plain jane rims trick.
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You could paint the outer part of the rim black (valve stem part to where the inner part of the wheel is welded on) and the inner spokes part red and put chrome lug nuts on it and there you go new rims.

Find some chrome center cap and bang, done. It is a old school fancy up for plain jane rims trick.
lol awesome reply mate, yea suppose need to tone down the driving but tow heavy loads and wanted abit better stoppers, can you recommend the pads then?
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Bendix, EBC green stuff, Brembo and Wildwood $$$$, Powerstop extreme truck and tow, and the list keeps going.

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