[BiturboS4] Wheel Advice
fastwheels3 at attbi.com
Fri Jan 3 19:05:56 EST 2003
Ian & Group,
Good idea. I will take a plastic centering ring (from my Oettingers) down to
my local machine shop and see what he will charge to make me 4 of them. I'll
have him tightly fit the ring so it won't fall out when changing a wheel. My
non-winter wheels are in the garage right now so the timing is perfect.
Thanks for the idea.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian McCloghrie" <ian at codrus.com>
To: "Kjos'" <fastwheels3 at attbi.com>
Cc: <biturbos4 at audifans.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 02, 2003 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: [BiturboS4] Wheel Advice
> On Jan 2, 2003 "Kjos'" wrote:
> > Centering Rings: They work fine but can get lost. The plastic ones (most
> > wheel companies use these) are the most likely to get misplaced as there
> > no way to bolt or screw them on to the wheel. I guess you could glue
> Plastic centering rings have another disadvantage -- if you run them
> at the track and get the brakes nice and hot, you can melt the
> plastic rings. Get aluminum ones.
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