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Old 04-08-2020, 10:58 PM   #68475
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Just rub some oil and vinegar into a workout mat, cover your weights with vaseline, scatter a few dirty towels all over, and crank weird music up to unreasonable levels with some oddball tv station playing in the background

It'll be just like the real place!
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I like those silver Enkeis. Not bad. The Konigs are cool, but yeah almost all of their wheels are +40 offset no matter the size. Iíve looked at the Advanti ones, but itís just a simple 10 spoke. Donít think you could go wrong with flow formed Enkeis or Konigs. Just gotta find a unique design in a color you like that will come in a good size as well.

17x8 +35 sounds like a great set up. Why do you need a new front bumper?
Im at this point, Iíve emailed some chinese wheel maker thatís certified in DOT, JWL & other stuff who can make custom forged wheels for $400 per wheel. lol see how that goes lol

My front bumper have paint crack... which can be fixed w repaint, but sadly driver side corner tab is broken. Do it doesnít fully stay. Well it can, but not secure
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Old 04-09-2020, 12:04 AM   #68477
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It's not the same bruh... lol
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I knew i was forgetting something!

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Old 04-09-2020, 12:25 AM   #68479
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Bad planetary alignments do weird things... Or so they say.
Easiest way I know is wait... It'll move on its own.

Agreed..But we need to be self-responsible to make it faster..Isn't it?
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Old 04-09-2020, 06:44 AM   #68480
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From Japanese 物の哀れ (mono no aware)

Mono no aware (物の哀れ), literally "the pathos of things", and also translated as "an empathy toward things", or "a sensitivity to ephemera", is a Japanese term for the awareness of impermanence (無常, mujō), or transience of things, and both a transient gentle sadness (or wistfulness) at their passing as well as a longer, deeper gentle sadness about this state being the reality of life. "Mono-no aware: the ephemeral nature of beauty – the quietly elated, bittersweet feeling of having been witness to the dazzling circus of life – knowing that none of it can last. It’s basically about being both saddened and appreciative of transience – and also about the relationship between life and death. In Japan, there are four very distinct seasons, and you really become aware of life and mortality and transience. You become aware of how significant those moments are.

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Old 04-09-2020, 08:36 AM   #68481
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I don't mean screwing up a good part I mean making a "bad" one on purpose. You know better than anybody that products are built to a customers specs. Bad specs mean bad parts. You can have bad speced forged and good speced cast. It is all in what they ask for.
Yeah, now that you say that. I could imagine someone asking for a forged wheel and getting it back super brittle. Then the manufacturer saying "you didn't say you wanted it normalized and heat treated too."

Production started complaining about a bunch of poor fitting brackets. Our drawing locates the bracket, but it doesn't say to weld it at 90 degrees from the flange on the end. So they are all over the place

And I got the metallurgical analysis back on the resistor wire from my oven. The manufacturer swears N7 is the correct grade. The new element wire was N7. The old one that lasted 2 years and still worked, N8
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Old 04-09-2020, 10:18 AM   #68482
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Im at this point, Iíve emailed some chinese wheel maker thatís certified in DOT, JWL & other stuff who can make custom forged wheels for $400 per wheel. lol see how that goes lol

My front bumper have paint crack... which can be fixed w repaint, but sadly driver side corner tab is broken. Do it doesnít fully stay. Well it can, but not secure
Custom forged wheels for $400 a piece doesnít sound bad
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Custom forged wheels for $400 a piece doesnít sound bad
Yeah it doesn't, cuz Forge wheels aren't cheap at all... But again, just figuring out all the options. Buying or not is all up in the air.
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Bit the bullet. Ordered a GTC200. Figured I can build a splitter.
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Ordered a wing for the car.
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