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SNOWFLAKE VS CHASER RIM

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3 hours ago, SirkWhyXF said:

or maybe about 16 17kg with a tyre?

16 or 17kg bare.. clean alloy.. they are heavy..  i got $64 for 4 of them scrapped once so they must be 16kg(turbo blade EA ghia wheels) snowflakes might have been heavier//

scrap price was $1 a kilo.. i hear its more now..

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edited for price per kg
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The ed eb s pack rim weighs

I will go to the chemist tomorrow and weigh myself ,to make sure the scale is correct I reckon its spot on.
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16 or 17kg bare.. clean alloy.. they are heavy..  i got $64 for 4 of them scrapped once so they must be 16kg(turbo blade EA ghia wheels) snowflakes might have been heavier//

scrap price was $1 a kilo.. i hear its more now..

Yeah I've had mine off and can vouch for that. They're built to handle a nuclear apocalypse. Chunkiest mesh alloys I've ever seen. I reckon even aftermarket steelies would be lighter ie: d-hole, round hole or sunrasia.

 

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What would be the best way to polish these wheels ? Soda blast then milling ?

So these are 200grms lighter than a snowie and both 15 x7


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