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Topic # 64399 14-Jul-2010 21:37
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Maybe someone can help me here,

As part of my on going project, I am trying to find new mag wheels for my 1996 Commodore.

I am looking for mags that are very similar to the ones seen on this car (I know this is not ths same car, but the mags are the same as I want):

http://www.rfactorcentral.com/skins/screenshots/lge/03-Feb-10-6007-HRT1996Render.jpg


I have sent various emails to the likes of Mag and Turbo warehouse.

Does anyone know where else I could try?  Seen any places with these mags?

P.S. My project is to convert the current 3.8l V6 auto to a 6.0l V8 manual

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  Reply # 351698 15-Jul-2010 08:34
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I would recommend going to Avanti or the Mag Suppliers Direct and not through Mag and Turbo.

Also are you wanting them with a standard stud pattern or do you want the racing nut solution?



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  Reply # 351703 15-Jul-2010 08:43
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Any reason why I should avoid Mag and Turbo? I will try some of the suppliers directly.

They would just be the standard stud pattern at this stage.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 351705 15-Jul-2010 08:45
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Just easier to go direct as Mag and Turbo may not have the full range that the suppliers have :)

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