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Old 01-11-2005, 04:31 PM
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Contact someone at Boyd Coddinton Wheels or Colorado Customs and ask. If it's something that they may want to stock after the design is done they may cut you a better deal. It's possible if they think it's something that will sell. If you get a larger order (like 8-10 sets) that gives an indication that it's a sellable design for them. Of course they wouldn't be one-offs if you do that and they start listing it as a design, but Colorado Custom has a lot of designs that are made to order. Main thing is can the design be done on their machinery without a lot of extra work? Most wheels are done on a rotary forge. I think the Colorado Custom site has pics of the process.
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