Machining Hockeheim Rims

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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Shauns » Wed 13 May 2015, 14:05

Cool, Johan, hope you come right with centre caps, haven't seen any for sale in recent years.
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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Donovan Smith » Wed 13 May 2015, 16:26

Johann these are quite easy to make.

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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Johann72 » Wed 13 May 2015, 16:28

Donovan Smith wrote:Johann these are quite easy to make.
Donovan,
The brackets? That is what I need assistance for :mrgreen:
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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Johann72 » Wed 13 May 2015, 16:37

Shauns wrote:Cool, Johan, hope you come right with centre caps, haven't seen any for sale in recent years.
They are available, only with the fine thread cap! R350 apiece 8O
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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Donovan Smith » Wed 13 May 2015, 18:03

Johann72 wrote:
Donovan Smith wrote:Johann these are quite easy to make.
Donovan,
The brackets? That is what I need assistance for :mrgreen:
Yep that is what I am talking about

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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Johann72 » Wed 13 May 2015, 18:14

Donovan Smith wrote:
Johann72 wrote:
Donovan Smith wrote:Johann these are quite easy to make.
Donovan, The brackets? That is what I need assistance for :mrgreen:
Yep that is what I am talking about
I am sending you a PM NOW!!
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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Johann72 » Fri 10 Jul 2015, 17:34

Hullo Donovan!
This is my attempt 8O
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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Shaunp » Sat 11 Jul 2015, 15:16

Looking good
Magic happens.

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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by Donovan Smith » Sun 12 Jul 2015, 08:09

Looking good Johann

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Re: Machining Hockeheim Rims

Post by kavesh » Sun 12 Jul 2015, 08:49

Looks good Johann. Well done.

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