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Old 28th March 2012, 23:39   #31
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Looks like a good turnout, I'm in.. dependant on which weekday too.. just need abit of notice.
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Yup, had the same thing from diamond styling too. First time I had them off, I copper slipped the hub face to no avail. I have since bought the largest shot hammer available and works a treat, although I think I will sand paper the rims next time they're off.
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Old 29th March 2012, 00:03   #34
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sorry for the numpty post.

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Would probably be needing a tyre fitter on site as I am running low on tread but need to get rid of them in style.

I'll pass on to another E39 M5'er I know.
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I should find out some more info tomorrow guys, great response so far tho, can't wait for this, hope it all comes off!
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I've just remembered... I have my 17" winter rims with, currently, ebony tyres on them.

I think they'll drift

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With regard to the drifting, whats the advice on the tyres i need to source..... i just read this and its sounds like a dumb blonde question...but hey there you go!....some real manky ones?
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