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Old 02-08-2015, 02:54 PM
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you still make these wheels? im looking to buy a 2003 g35 coupe in a month or so and i would love one of these
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nope, no time to do them / other projects going on
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you still make these wheels? im looking to buy a 2003 g35 coupe in a month or so and i would love one of these
I am beginning to do them... PM me if you want it done I have a spare wheel at my house I will begin doing the work on.
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Old 03-05-2015, 09:24 PM
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That is a beautiful addition to your G. Great job.
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I just got a spare wheel for 10 bucks I figured I will try my hand at it. I am not yet god at carbon fiber so my first wheel may be just one to match the stock look... But thicker and flat bottom... maybe learn how to mold it...
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Great idea, great looking wheel! You make it look so easy!
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If anyone does this, please post some pics, would love to see how other people approach the modification of the wheel as there are many ways to skin a cat. Also as I mentioned to guitarrocker98 there is a better way to do the wheel thickening / padding vs how I did it (glue on a layer of foam). It involves making a plug and mold of a thickened wheel and using 2-part silicone rubber to re-pad a stripped wheel. It comes out much cleaner and ultimately is less work intensive when making multiple wheels. This is how it seems IGT automotive / Ivory GT was doing it based on handling one of his wheels and seeing the padding underneath....I might even have a picture, but need to look for it.
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Wow very nice work it came out great. I wish I had the patience and know how to do this myself.
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Hit up JPM coach works they did my steering wheel in blue Alcantara it came out beautiful it took 3 months but def worth it

Anyone wants pictures of it just DM very happy with their work

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Hit up JPM coach works they did my steering wheel in blue Alcantara it came out beautiful it took 3 months but def worth it
Anyone wants pictures of it just DM very happy with their work
It would be nice if you'd post pic of the finished wheel in your car Albanian...Gary
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Just posted a pic of the final product
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That looks hot. What's the price
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Cost for the entire thing was around 700 dollars for the entire job it comes with a full lifetime warranty so any issues def worth it adds a different element to the g35

Wrapped in blue Alcantara with stitching and center stripe
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It looks fanaminal. Going to check them out on line.

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