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Weld Pros Star wheels

Does anyone run these wheels, and do you happen to have any pictures? Just trying to get an idea of what they would look like on the car.
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-29-2012, 09:32 PM
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You might want to say what year and type of car?...I personally love them on anything.


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Be careful if you want to do track or autocross with them. They come with warnings from the factory on some Welds.
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Oh but I'm looking to put them on a 67 coupe, but if anyone has a picture of any black ones that would be GREAT.
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You're making me jealous! Great picture. Need to get my car finished and to the track.

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You're making me jealous! Great picture. Need to get my car finished and to the track.
Well get it done!
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Well get it done!

My divorce last year has left me a little short of $$$$$$$$$$$$. I'm gonna try to finish my metal replacement this winter and then I can do the cage. No way in the world am I going to try to drag race this car without a cage to strengthen it up. Otherwise the first time I side stepped the clutch at 5,000 rpm I'd twist this car in two. I actually wrinkled the roof on my first 70 Mustang from drag racing it without a cage or subframe connectors years ago.

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I think they look better on 79-04


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I wish I would have bought billet specialties. McCormick Racing had the best price when I bought mine.

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Waiting for the front rims. Car was on the trailer heading to the header shop.
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