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Old 08-27-2015, 03:35 PM   #3261
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<p>I'm afraid hes gonna break it lol. He goes harder than I do.</p>
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That's exactly why I want to know what he thinks of them.
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<p>Lol, not worried about the brakes, worried about the rest of it.</p>
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Old 08-27-2015, 03:49 PM   #3264
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<p>deezums hi_im_sean what are we doing for centering rings. Did we find pre-made aftermarket ones? Or are we making our own.</p>
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I havnt looked... deezums? Unless he finds a cheap easy offering I'll just make them. Give me the od, id and width and I'll knock some out and send them to you for testing.
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Old 08-27-2015, 04:28 PM   #3266
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The size we need, for the fronts anyway, arnt very common. 54.1 to 64.1


these guys have them, but in sets of 4.
Hub Rings / Spigot Rings for Wheels from USA $6.25 / pcs - HubCentric-Rings.com

plastic, stupid $$$ for what they are, again in sets of 4
Hub Centric Rings ( 54.1 - 64.1 ) - JustForWheels.com

you could be on ebay for a while sorting through them all
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Old 08-27-2015, 04:32 PM   #3267
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I'll probably buy the metal ones. I need 4 locally anyways.
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Old 08-27-2015, 04:47 PM   #3268
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G. Did you send me rear 1.8 brackets too?
I did not. I did offer to loan you my M-Tuned ones for design purposes but you opted out?
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Add surface mount soldering to the list of things to not do while on aderall.
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You young kids and your fancy designer drugs, back in my day all we had was weed and alcohol and we got along just fine.
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Old 08-27-2015, 04:52 PM   #3269
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Prescription since 3rd grade here. Back when they actually used a small amount of discretion when handing the **** out. I'm nonfunctional without it, my brain doesn't know how to focus.
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<br />Guess I'm hunting for brackets. Hope I can find some.
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Old 08-27-2015, 04:53 PM   #3270
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Surface mount soldering sucks, especially DIPs and SOICs abd the like. I avoid it whenever possible.

I used to use one of these at my old employer.


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<p>if you really want to ball out, you just get a surface mount oven. lay all the parts out. heat it up.</p><p>Or a hot plate works too.</p>
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Old 08-27-2015, 05:00 PM   #3272
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I did component repair, not building new boards
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<p>Good thing I'm a software guy, my hands are just too shakey.</p><p>Should i get those rings sean? Or would it be cheaper to have you make and mail them.</p>
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<p>First site had them in aluminum for 8.75 a piece.</p>
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<p>do we think aluminum is necessary?</p>
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I have oshpark SMT toaster oven, used to laser cut solder masks. Solder paste is too ******* expensive and dies too easy, do not like. The toaster was only $40 bucks though, so there's that.

I bought $15 hubcentric rings on ebay, from Lithuania!

Rings needs to be 54.1 to 64.1 as previously mentioned, I bought 54.1 to 64.0 because it's cheaper. They need to be 6mm thick, I'll turn these down if necessary. My lathe uses 16C collets standard, for me to turn rings I have to remove the collet nose and stick a chuck on, trying to avoid that..

Hub Centric Rings Alloy Wheels Spigot Rings Centre Rings 64 0 54 1 64 0 54 1 | eBay

No, no aluminum necessary.
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<p>So you don't think the extra .1mm outer diameter maters?</p>
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Nah, not really. If I recall I think rtele was a tenth shy on that side as well, maybe.
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<p>alright. i'll buy em.</p>
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Yea 0.1mm isn't going to matter, order them.
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