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10-30-2003 10:23 PM
bonuts Thanks Weimer I have called and the Lady said they would get back to me. I'm hoping.

I have thought about the rear being all tire Ian, and thats why I'm gonna do it. I want a Muscle Machines style rod, just plain old exagerated. As for the Tire bill there's no problem there, the ones I got are new, and I don't think either of my choices for the powerplant will be able to smoke them boots.

1st choice is my 409, it complete but needs completely redone, and I'm finding that they are kinda pricey to build compared with the other choice a SBC. Its going to be a low buck build, so far I have purchased nearly nothing. Just trades and working for parts. So as you can well imagine the Mill will also be fairly low dollar. Just a cruiser for now. The body won't be cheaped out on however (good friends a body man!) Yeah I know how to pic my friends

Anyways I gotta quit talkin' about it cause once I start I can't stop..... Or sleep..


bonuts
10-30-2003 04:33 PM
ianhealey
wheels

may be you should try Caterpillar for some drums off a steamroller
because it going to like like one from the rear . your tyer bill will
be a killer cant wait to see this thing bonuts seeya
10-30-2003 12:41 AM
Weimer Stockton wheel can widen wheels to any width.
Here is the link The page says 14" but I bet if you call them, you could get a better idea.
Later,
WEIMER
10-29-2003 01:07 PM
bonuts Hey thanks guys I have went to the early wheel outfit and had a look, prices look fair and I'm sure they're a good product but they only make a 14" wide rim, I'm not sure if they would fit the monster 21.5 wide boots. I have e-mailed them to see what they think and maybe, just maybe they do make a 15" wide wheel.

And I'm looking for the Ajax outfit now.


bonuts
10-29-2003 03:27 AM
Frisco Go to http://www.earlywheel.com for your wheels.
10-29-2003 12:58 AM
ianhealey
big tin wheels

bonuts i had my 15 x10's made up they cost me $180 Aus
the company is called ajax wheels maybe they have a website im off to check now sorry i cant help you with any thing local to you
10-29-2003 12:19 AM
bonuts
Where can I find....

Don't know where else to put this so here it is. When I got rid of my '37 Chevy I got a set of brand new 33x21.5 Mickeys for my '32 as part of the trade. My goal for a rod is a old style (now) this may change as its gonna take a few years to complete. I would like to find out where I could get a set of 15" rims 15" wide. Preferably the plain steel wheels. So do any of you know where someone custom builds rims? I can't find anybody around my hometown who will even look into it for me. And I can never find anything on the net. Let me know.


bonuts

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