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Old 08-03-2011, 11:25 AM
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What size/brand wheels? What is the offset? What part is Wisconsin are you located in? I'd like to see your car if possible.
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The wheels are typical 15" Cragar SS and they have no special offset for this application.

I'm located in the very northern portion of WI...if you look at a WI map and follow hwy 51 (Interstate 39) straight up the center of the state you'll eventually see Minocqua. I'm about 12 miles northwest of there in Lac du Flambeau. So any way you cut it...a LONG way from MO. But you are more than welcome to come by the shop should you ever be in the area for some reason.

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The wheels are typical 15" Cragar SS and they have no special offset for this application.

I'm located in the very northern portion of WI...if you look at a WI map and follow hwy 51 (Interstate 39) straight up the center of the state you'll eventually see Minocqua. I'm about 12 miles northwest of there in Lac du Flambeau. So any way you cut it...a LONG way from MO. But you are more than welcome to come by the shop should you ever be in the area for some reason.
Hell, that ain't far from me. I drive alot. Last year, we drove up to, and camped in Eagle River, on our way up to Michigan's U.P. I'd really like to see your car. My son,daughter in law and 3 grandsons live in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, Crystal lake, and we head up that way a few times a year anyway.
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Hell, that ain't far from me. I drive alot. Last year, we drove up to, and camped in Eagle River, on our way up to Michigan's U.P. I'd really like to see your car.
Wow, so you've been in Eagle River. That's not far at all from Lac du Flambeau.

Another great HR.Com member, 454 Rattler, lives in Eagle River. And strangely enough, there are a LOT of really nice rods up here in the north woods. If you luck out you can be here when we have a cruise or show in the local area. That way you can see lots of cars.

Just PM me if/when you get the urge to make the trip. I obviously tuck all my hot rods away in the garage during the winter months, but May to Oct. they are ready to roll.
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Wow, so you've been in Eagle River. That's not far at all from Lac du Flambeau.

Another great HR.Com member, 454 Rattler, lives in Eagle River. And strangely enough, there are a LOT of really nice rods up here in the north woods. If you luck out you can be here when we have a cruise or show in the local area. That way you can see lots of cars.

Just PM me if/when you get the urge to make the trip. I obviously tuck all my hot rods away in the garage during the winter months, but May to Oct. they are ready to roll.
Are there any nice cabins that you may know about in the area. Our travel trailer was totaled, this past May, due to hail damage. So, we'd really like a cabin to rent and beat the keat in Missouri. Yesterday, it was 103 degrees with a 119 heat index.
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Sorry to hear about your totaled trailer. That can't be good.

As you may be aware, July, Aug, and Sept are the worst months for getting a cabin around here. Everything is usually booked pretty solid until the Fall. Too bad your camper is no more...there is a campground about half a mile from our house!

I'd say your best bet is to contact the Minocqua Chamber of Commerce Office. They have a special section on their site for locating available lodging.
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