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    Quote Originally Posted by rob rayne View Post
    hes rocking 185 60 14s on 7s. he needs wider wheels
    Bingo.

    Without a roll in the back keeping the outside edge of the tread where it is; Just inside the fender.

    Math says I want

    14s or 15s

    with on offset of
    -15 with a 185
    -10 with a 195
    -5 with a 205

    then width all depends on how much stretch.

    In the front I need an 8 in between 0 and -10.

    Then it will all be perfect with a good poke. But realistically for it to look good I am going to need to remake the rear fenders to get them all nice and thin. Or overs which I don't want to do as it is my daily, don't want it to look too absurd. So new measurements will be done then.
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    rear overs are hot on a dd, ask everyones fav hairdresser
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    I am not that cool. But maybe I am. uh
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    grab overs from steve, like nao. one thing i actually don't like about my overs is how OEM it looks hahaha, perfect for dailying

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    There is nothing more OEM then having the side of your car visibly riveted on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob rayne View Post
    rear overs are hot on a dd,

    /agree, love my OEM looking overs on the v8 lol


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    smooth them in then. u have to do rear quarters anways.
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    Insignificant updates:

    Froze, hammered, undercoated. It is a joke with dry ice, please use it.








    Pulled the headlight motors and linkage. Heavy little ****ers for the size. Then hard mounted them.



    The easy way to do it. There is a bump stop on the inside of each lens. replace with any hardware and its done.




    If the weight savings don't justify this, simplification does.



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    That's some serious lightening, nice work.

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    how much did the motors weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leboe View Post
    how much did the motors weigh?
    Not all that much. Each one weights 2lbs. The wind resistance will probably hurt me more in the day...
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    Pop up headlights actually create tons of wind resistance. I can feel the difference for sure. You could make some clips to hold them up or down, and just hop out and lift them up when it gets dark.

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    warren you could ditch the stock hood latch and toss in some hood pins??

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    already has em.. on his other hood. haha.

    In Toyota, we rust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Min View Post
    already has em.. on his other hood. haha.
    hence the joke lol, cause he hated them

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    Guage cluster!! yay

    Epoxy, cardboard and wood. haha The tubing is the exact size of your standard gauges, very lucky. All cut at a 30 degree angle so it will actually face me, leaving the last one square for the battery cut.



    I am going to seal the cardboard with epoxy also so it wont be complete ****.

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    looks good but why not use pvc tubing instead of toilet paper rolls lol?

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    Hahaha, exactly what i expected. They are not toilet paper rolls... The were from an arts and crafts store. and they are tuff.

    I don't know how this will turn out, I am expecting pretty good to be honest, but either way its costing me like 2.50 in materials...
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    looks liek sh!t ticket rolls to me
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