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Old 05-04-2005, 02:43 PM   #21
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How does anyone else know what a torque star is?
This is a Torque star to GP'*
I've been biting my tongue on that one for quite some time. Someone finally pointed it out.
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How does anyone else know what a torque star is?
This is a Torque star to GP'*
I've been biting my tongue on that one for quite some time. Someone finally pointed it out.
i knew that also... but i also said bonneville.....

and the main part is that this is not even close to chrome...he did some serious ******* up
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Oh, I agree the JY dude messed up. Didn't even send you a chrome wheel after you clearly asked for one. Was what you got even available in 95?
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Was what you got even available in 95?
yes on the SE'* only
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you could use the rim as a hose rack. I have seen an aluminum t-star used as one lol.
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you could use the rim as a hose rack. I have seen an aluminum t-star used as one lol.
yeah...il mount it to the rear fender and wrap my air compressor hose on it, since i have been filling up my tire 2x a day
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I think you should ask for a wheel with tire, then.
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you could use the rim as a hose rack. I have seen an aluminum t-star used as one lol.
yeah...il mount it to the rear fender and wrap my air compressor hose on it, since i have been filling up my tire 2x a day
lmfao...i meant to a wall. haha...still lmfao
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Mount it to the trunk...call it a continental wheel.!!!!
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Best Idea yet? I don't know, but what alot of auto enthusiasts do with wheels is to take a plate with studs to match the bolt hole pattern, and attach the plate to a metal shaft that'* similar to an axle (can use a real axle with hub and drum/caliper brake setup) and mount the wheel on top with lugnuts (chrome preferably) and then put a glass table on top of that -excellent coffee/beer table.
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