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robert pendergrast

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just got my new custom made wheels with 305,70/16r mud terrain installed 

now i can cruz at 70miles per hour 

 

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Nice ... the beer on the fender doesn't look like it comes from Longbridge :)
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Those tire clearances look pretty tight - any rubbing issues?  I seem to recall you were thinking about opening up the fenders a bit at Shaver (?)

 

Either way, the new wheels look killer!


Edited by DHappel, 23 April 2017 - 10:58 PM.

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Weird wheels, what are they? (meaning I don't remember seeing them before)

 

I love your 88 no matter what you do to it :D

 

Did you solve your starter issue?


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those wheels look like something Stockton wheel offers.


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those wheels look like something Stockton wheel offers.

I was going to say the same thing


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robert pendergrast

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yes the wheels are from stockton wheel

i will be modifying the arches to be similar to the defender so i will have 

the clearance needed for the size tire

i have fixed the started issue , had to replace the flywheel because it 

broke out a tooth

the series should be a much better off roading now with all the transformation

work that i have done

just need to make the roll cage 


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Cool!  just don't put the Defender style plastic flares on the car :o :rolleyes:


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