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Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by kahuna, Jul 29, 2005.
Anyone have any recommendations (brand, vendor) for high-quality wheel spacers?
First Welcome http://www.wheeladapter.com/
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?
JDM parts mostly takes about 1 or 2 weeks to ship it to U.S.
What their web address?
Well.. there lot of them but for now i give you just one..
http://translate.google.com/transla...&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=/language_tools Click on ELFORD-> then LC 100 series or whatever you like...
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.
I would expect those flares to be about $1500 plus shipping. Here's another set made by Zeal, I believe.
I guess what I'm asking.....does anyone in the US Import, manufactuer or know where these flares are available?
$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
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?
Hey what's wrong with those two trucks? Looks like they've been sat on.
My Lc Came With Wheel Spacers. It Rides Nice On Turns...being That It's Has A Widestance. No Rolls....