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Old 23-01-2007, 09:45 PM   #1
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hi, as far as im aware of the mutts nutss (puppies balls) boat has go bmw alloys on it. ive recently aquired some bmw rims (my car had to be scrapped) and wouldnt mind putting them on the trailer. has any one got any idea if there are and hubs/ spacers for sale. or know where i could get some
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you will more than likely have to get your hubs drilled as you will probably find that the bolt pattern is different
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Old 23-01-2007, 09:52 PM   #3
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you will more than likely have to get your hubs drilled as you will probably find that the bolt pattern is different
Either drill the hubs as burtys said or get an adaptor made, only thing with the latter is you may have to get a wider set of mudguards made. In which case I'd suggest a nice shiney mirror polished set, could clad the traile in it as well, looks very smart!!! (and I can recomend someone who can do that)
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Either drill the hubs as burtys said or get an adaptor made, only thing with the latter is you may have to get a wider set of mudguards made. In which case I'd suggest a nice shiney mirror polished set, could clad the traile in it as well, looks very smart!!! (and I can recomend someone who can do that)

Funnily enough its more or less the same trailer as badly bruised so should be easy. dunno bout mud guards though cus i is still waiting for someone to polish mine
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would that be similar to tims. i wanteed to do it in ally though if i was going to do it and spray it balck. that was the plan any way. it would be quite dangerous to drill cast wouldnt it?? and how much, roughnly would you want for the hums and or aswell as cladding??
its currently sat on http://www.snipetrailers.com/pdfs/8Med&Multi.pdf the R-17 one
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Funnily enough its more or less the same trailer as badly bruised so should be easy. dunno bout mud guards though cus i is still waiting for someone to polish mine
Burty, take them of and bring em to the brass monkey next weekend, I'll take em away with me and see what we can do!!!
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thanks but i aint going to the monkey
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hi, as far as im aware of the Mutz Nuts (puppies balls) boat has go bmw alloys on it. ive recently aquired some bmw rims (my car had to be scrapped) and wouldnt mind putting them on the trailer. has any one got any idea if there are and hubs/ spacers for sale. or know where i could get some
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we had to get the hub machined and removed the taper so the wheel would fit, then we had the wheel bolt holed drilled by another place, the people who made the hubs couldn't make it the pcd etc that we needed

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