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    10 years from now we will see this car in one of those museum / collector car / car lots. Car will be far to pretty to be driven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96blak54 View Post
    10 years from now we will see this car in one of those museum / collector car / car lots. Car will be far to pretty to be driven.
    I almost want to start another build that I can beat on and not care about to be honest

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    And the new rears. Going to need 3” studs in the rear.






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    Wow those wheels are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98snakehorse View Post
    Wow those wheels are great!
    thanks man. I couldn’t be happier with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97stanger View Post
    thanks man. I couldn’t be happier with them
    I bet you’d be happier if they’d been free!!! Lol


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    Damn those look good. Get ready for the woes of stud changing lol

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    I liked your old setup but holy crap I completely support the new wheel decision. Those look awesome man

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    Quote Originally Posted by g36 monkey View Post
    Damn those look good. Get ready for the woes of stud changing lol
    You mean it won’t be as easy as pressing out the old ones and pressing in the new ones?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burninriverdiver View Post
    I liked your old setup but holy crap I completely support the new wheel decision. Those look awesome man
    Thanks! I started to second guess selling the RTS’s, but should come out pretty sharp with the new setup!

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    I'm just trying to be baller enough to afford an RTS setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97stanger View Post
    You mean it won’t be as easy as pressing out the old ones and pressing in the new ones?!

    Bwahaha is it ever??

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCloud View Post
    I'm just trying to be baller enough to afford an RTS setup.

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    Hey, the RTS is a nice looking wheel!

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    Idk why people think changing the studs is difficult. hammer them out, use an impact and stud installer to install the new ones. The ARP 18249 are the size to get for rear, no need to drill out the holes
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    Quote Originally Posted by brendancunningham View Post
    Idk why people think changing the studs is difficult. hammer them out, use an impact and stud installer to install the new ones. The ARP 18249 are the size to get for rear, no need to drill out the holes
    It isn’t difficult. But neither are changing front rotors and calipers and I think it took me 5 hours due to having to torch bolts. Nothing ever goes as it should. Already ran into that so far with the rear caliper bolt, it won’t budge going to have to get some heat on it. And he’s those are the ones I bought

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97stanger View Post
    It isn’t difficult. But neither are changing front rotors and calipers and I think it took me 5 hours due to having to torch bolts. Nothing ever goes as it should. Already ran into that so far with the rear caliper bolt, it won’t budge going to have to get some heat on it. And he’s those are the ones I bought
    Lol I feel that pain, working on ford diesels, its a strange day when I dont have to break out the torch
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    We always keep the torch next to us. It’s just easier to light it up than it is to wear yourself out.


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    Exactly, nothing ever goes as planned.

    The shop that built my rear end tacked the studs so they wouldn't back out. I hope i don't have to change them (not the usual press in style)

 

 

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