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What is the original rim size 15 inch?

Madness! It's 14" : )

Chop chop...

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Going offroad? Suspension isn't hooked up...

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This is what rust free fender lips look like. Promise.

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Torment.

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Would you believe it? The other side was rust free too!

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Close look. No rust as far as the eye can see.

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Worn out disc making me use manual shear for the last cuts. Yay.

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And presto, enough room to fit 20" or drop it another 2 inches, but that would mess the IRS geometry up. Hmm. Anyone know if there are drop spindles for Skyline/200sx/240sx/300zx? : )

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Design and placement of the flares yet to be determined. Think I put it a bit too high on this pic. I was tired :rolleyes:

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It's not my style that fenders..they are to big! I love the rims but make the fenders around it a bit smaller. I think it messes up the cars detail.

But nice work again Mull!

I showed some of your project pictures from welding on my dutch vauxhall forum. People wheren't satisfied about your welds? I think they are nuts or something. But I and many here know your doing a great job.

I love to see the finished product, can't wait to finish mine!

I'm going for 15 inch american racing vector rims, with a not to fat tire.

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It's not my style that fenders..they are to big! I love the rims but make the fenders around it a bit smaller. I think it messes up the cars detail.

But nice work again Mull!

I showed some of your project pictures from welding on my dutch vauxhall forum. People wheren't satisfied about your welds? I think they are nuts or something. But I and many here know your doing a great job.

I love to see the finished product, can't wait to finish mine!

I'm going for 15 inch american racing vector rims, with a not to fat tire.

Some welds are crap, most are good - some are great.

What welds did they think sucked?

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Naah.. they don't liked the project at all.

The had something about the floor boards, the the beem "under" the boards isn't supporting the structure enough. And that you have to make patterns in the floor boards to make them stronger.

There just jealous i think. But don't care about that Mull.

Tjek out my project 240z if you like.

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Naah.. they don't liked the project at all.

The had something about the floor boards, the the beem "under" the boards isn't supporting the structure enough. And that you have to make patterns in the floor boards to make them stronger.

There just jealous i think. But don't care about that Mull.

Tjek out my project 240z if you like.

The floor pans would be stronger if they had grooves in them. But I couldn't

find a bead roller with a deep enough throat, so it will be compensated by

adding beams inside the car. I don't mind critique : )

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How are things going now mull?

Not much has happened since last. I got hold of some GTR wheels that

I'm trying out for size. They're 16" - tires are 225/45. Good fit. More back

space for a wider rim - approx 15-20 mm - and the flares are now being

redesigned by the same metal worker that did the "too wide" version and

the slimmer ones that are shown in this pic:

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Ya know, Bart and Mull are quite the artists. Dedicated, intense, imaginative and daring. They know what they want and dedicate their resources to that end. Their Zs will be brilliant in both execution, appearance and performance. It would be our pleasure to see them in person some day.:love:

You fellas rock!

Frank

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