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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by SerialThrilla » Sun Jul 14, 2013 1:26 pm

Available anywhere in Cape Town?
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by SerialThrilla » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:19 pm

And what is the PCD of our wheels?
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Bloubul7 » Tue Jul 16, 2013 8:08 am

SerialThrilla wrote:And what is the PCD of our wheels?
It won't hurt to try google

5 x 108 x 63.4

7.5x17 ET41 (for 17's) and
8x18 ET40 (for 18's) and
8x19 ET38 (for 19's)

As for the spacers I have no idea
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Stitch » Tue Jul 16, 2013 8:27 am

SerialThrilla wrote:Available anywhere in Cape Town?


If you want the H & R spacers here in cape town you can order them through these guys:

Automotive Gear (PTY) LTD
21-712-2916

Speak to a guy called Ben. Very friendly and very helpful. They order direct from H&R and delivery is within 2-3weeks. 40% deposit up front.

or

Go to autoquip tygervalley and order Eibach out of PE. Which takes up to 6 weeks.

or

Order from eibach yourself in PE

or

.... I have run out of ideas

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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by SerialThrilla » Tue Jul 16, 2013 8:51 am

Bloubul7 wrote:
SerialThrilla wrote:And what is the PCD of our wheels?
It won't hurt to try google

5 x 108 x 63.4

7.5x17 ET41 (for 17's) and
8x18 ET40 (for 18's) and
8x19 ET38 (for 19's)

As for the spacers I have no idea
Should everyone direct their questions at google and let the forum die? Maybe 10 other people also learnt something from you now :)

And thanks!
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Bloubul7 » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:08 pm

SerialThrilla wrote:
Bloubul7 wrote:
SerialThrilla wrote:And what is the PCD of our wheels?
It won't hurt to try google

5 x 108 x 63.4

7.5x17 ET41 (for 17's) and
8x18 ET40 (for 18's) and
8x19 ET38 (for 19's)

As for the spacers I have no idea
Should everyone direct their questions at google and let the forum die? Maybe 10 other people also learnt something from you now :)

And thanks!
That is not what I'm saying.

If you did a google search you would have picked up that this was discussed on the forum already. The above was a copy and paste from a topic on this very same forum. I have no problem assisting anybody on the forum, whetever technical or personal advise.

If you created your own topic asking for advise I would have responded without blinking an eye, but you decided to bombard my project thread asking where to source spacers in Cape Town which quite frankly has nothing to do with my ex-project nor could I give you advise on it.
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by frozen225 » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:26 pm

Quick answer buy the spacers from Bloubul and have them couriered to CT.
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Stitch » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:31 pm

I bought them
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by SerialThrilla » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:50 pm

Bloubul7 wrote:
SerialThrilla wrote:
Bloubul7 wrote:
SerialThrilla wrote:And what is the PCD of our wheels?
It won't hurt to try google

5 x 108 x 63.4

7.5x17 ET41 (for 17's) and
8x18 ET40 (for 18's) and
8x19 ET38 (for 19's)

As for the spacers I have no idea
Should everyone direct their questions at google and let the forum die? Maybe 10 other people also learnt something from you now :)

And thanks!
That is not what I'm saying.

If you did a google search you would have picked up that this was discussed on the forum already. The above was a copy and paste from a topic on this very same forum. I have no problem assisting anybody on the forum, whetever technical or personal advise.

If you created your own topic asking for advise I would have responded without blinking an eye, but you decided to bombard my project thread asking where to source spacers in Cape Town which quite frankly has nothing to do with my ex-project nor could I give you advise on it.

Sorry bru, I mean no harm.
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Bloubul7 » Wed Nov 05, 2014 9:03 pm

Fark, just read through this thread again. I must admit I truly miss the car
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by Cornel » Thu Nov 06, 2014 6:47 am

Bloubul7 wrote:Fark, just read through this thread again. I must admit I truly miss the car
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by m_stavros » Fri May 19, 2017 4:15 pm

fff.. 89 pages.. But very useful thread!

Now i am confused.. I was about to instal the RS inlet cam..
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Re: Project - Blou machine

Post by r0ckf1re » Sat May 20, 2017 9:06 am

You have too much time BB

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