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Re: Modern 16" 6 Lug wheels
DeanThe54Chevy #1016531 Mon Mar 24 2014 05:28 PM
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No need to grind symmetrically all around the wheel. With the CPP kit I just needed to grind a tad off the edges.


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Re: Modern 16" 6 Lug wheels
DeanThe54Chevy #1016685 Tue Mar 25 2014 04:49 AM
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It was better to be seen by cletis himself, by the way, great post on covering the cpp kit. I look forward to fixing up the truck with disc brakes.


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