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#1 Myles Taylor

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 08:19 AM

Got the wheels fitted on Friday but have been waiting for a damn dry day to take any photos , fitted the mudflaps yesterday and they were a little awkward as some ot the mounting holes didnt line up

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 09:11 AM

Looking good. Now lower it and it shall be complete :P

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 11:19 AM

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 02:01 PM

Looking good. Now lower it and it shall be complete :P


I aint gonna lower it I kinda like the squatting spider look and there are so so many speed humps around where I live it would drive me mad and I am 44 and my misses is already calling me a boy racer ha ha

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 02:04 PM

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 02:06 PM

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked


Ha ha or did you mean the wheels

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 07:03 PM

I would make one suggestion, paint the wheel nuts black, or orange (or, or, listen to this- two orange, two black!). As an addition, you might want to put some of that spray on/wipe on tyre shine. That would make it the Mutts!

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 08:10 PM

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked


Ha ha or did you mean the wheels


No, I did mean the mud flaps lol you will see mine here http://www.toyotaown...howtopic=129583

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 03:35 PM

I would make one suggestion, paint the wheel nuts black, or orange (or, or, listen to this- two orange, two black!). As an addition, you might want to put some of that spray on/wipe on tyre shine. That would make it the Mutts!


Why two orange two black ?? and how do I paint such a small thing :huh:

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 03:54 PM

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked

Looking good, I to got some Calibre wheels but mine are the Pro7. And also the Mud Flaps, could I be so cheeky as to recomend getting them sprayed to color code with the body work, it would be a nice finishing touch :)


Did you have yours sprayed to match then did they use a plasticiser in the paint for flex, mine were a pig to fit I can imagine by the time I get em back on the paint will have cracked


Ha ha or did you mean the wheels


No, I did mean the mud flaps lol you will see mine here http://www.toyotaown...howtopic=129583


Yeah the mud flaps look cool in fact your car looks cool. I was lucky when I got my wheels fitted the place that fitted them dressed my discs and calipers, I thought it took a long time to fit four wheels. Could I ask where you got your wind deflectors for your windows and what do they fit like

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