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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinW View Post
    I was keeping that quiet....you've just added another 6 months on to his build schedule
    Oh, no! Aaron, it’s gonna eyed to be built as a hybrid at this rate?!
    I can’t talk, 10 years so far on the Crendon!
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    What thread are your knock on hubs?
    I might have some hex nuts you can borrow
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    They're um.. whatever it is that Vintage supply I'll have to ask Bob or get the thread gauges out
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  4. #14
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    Hi Aaron,

    The set I have are actually metric and equivalent to 15” I think. One other factor that may have been overlooked is the offsets with std wheels. In particular on front where you’ll likely end up catching on inner arches with std rims.
    I know std wheels on back also rubbed on my handbrake cable.

    if you need these wheels then shout out.

    Thx,Bence

  5. #15
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    Just in process of sending IVA application, my wheels (Saab Turbo) have dummy plastic knock offs fitted onto centre caps, are these ok for test?
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    I would say no leave them off, assuming you can?
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  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavies3 View Post
    I would say no leave them off, assuming you can?
    Yes they can simply be removed for test, along with the exhaust shields.

    I understand vehicle presented at IVA to get a pass requires work afterwards...
    (seats, steering wheel, sun visors, wind wings, badges to complete the build)

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