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PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2004 8:56 pm 
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How wide do you reckon those mags are and where do I get some?, very neat.


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Buy the 850 for spares (or fixing) before somebody else does! :lol:

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ozmotorsport wrote:
How wide do you reckon those mags are and where do I get some?, very neat.


Yeah what are they, what size and were do we get them from????????

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I'm going to go back and see if the blue one is still there and find out more about the wheels. They looked like a chromed, widened set of cheap 10" performance wheels the same as came stock on some clubbies.


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It is now officially it's own area!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Let the game begin.... who will be "spotted" champ???????

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that blue mini is niiiice

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Bluey Is very nice.
Unusual spot for the horn on Jet Red and its got an extention on the brake master, what was the front like could be a cheap pick up :idea:

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Where was the blue mini spotted? that looks like one from a MMC NSW club member...

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