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Torque (Torq) trust wheel repair

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by TooManyFords, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. TooManyFords
    Joined: May 21, 2008
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    TooManyFords
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  2. 64Cyclone
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    I think you should define what you are trying to repair. Are you needing the center cap hole repaired? I can't tell from the pic?? Or is the lower lt spoke cracked?
     
  3. hotrod-Linkin
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  4. TooManyFords
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    Someone ran with loose lug nuts and made holes too big. Is chipped in the inner rim but I dont think that is a problem.
     

  5. TooManyFords
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  6. gasserjohn
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    Any GOOD local machine shop can drill /install bushings & ream them
     
  7. flamedabone
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    That isn't Torq Thrust Terry is it?? Do a search...he had some "issues" but looks like he is back in bussiness.

    Good luck, -Abone.
     
  8. TooManyFords
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    His health issues must have came back. Wish him the best.
    Never asked locally about bushing them. Does any one know if Fenton wheels are Magnesium or Aluminum?
     
  9. CENTURION
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