Wheel Spacers

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by kahuna, Jul 29, 2005.

  1. kahuna

    kahuna

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    Anyone have any recommendations (brand, vendor) for high-quality wheel spacers?
     
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    First Welcome :flipoff2: http://www.wheeladapter.com/
     
  3. kahuna

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    Thank you LX_TREME. On a previous thread there is a pic of a pretty amazing street cruiser. Rookie that I am I am going to try to attach the pic. Any leads on where you can get these flares in the U.S.? Also, venture a guess on the wheel/tire setup?
    Flares.jpg
     
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    JDM parts :D mostly takes about 1 or 2 weeks to ship it to U.S.
     
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    What their web address?
     
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    Slee off road also stock special 5x150 bolt pattern wheel spacer. Cost around $140-150 per pair if I remember correctly. The product are not listed in their webpage but they do have it.
    Theirs came correct with M114X1.50 stud and nuts to complete the job.
     
  8. hoser

    hoser SILVER Star

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    I would expect those flares to be about $1500 plus shipping. Here's another set made by Zeal, I believe.
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    I guess what I'm asking.....does anyone in the US Import, manufactuer or know where these flares are available?
     
  10. LX_TREME

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    $1500 just for kit not to mention will cost you another $1200 to ship fiberglass to U.S mostly japs company dealing or use with Pelican Express shipping Co to ship to U.S or other countries.
    P.S: Those kit will come in huge boxes :grinpimp:
     
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    Ouch! That's a chunk of change!

    Since we build surfboards, I can use the epoxy or poly to build a set. One of the guys we share a shop with builds some cool funiture and molds, maybe I should proto some flares out and see....there could be a market?
     
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    macneill Rollin’ on 33s

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    Hey what's wrong with those two trucks? Looks like they've been sat on.
     
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    My Lc Came With Wheel Spacers. It Rides Nice On Turns...being That It's Has A Widestance. No Rolls....
     
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