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  • Marco Polo
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    Originally posted by sujitroy View Post

    How do you role the arches on a Stag? Did you use a wheel arch rolling tool.
    Yes, I used a wheel arch rolling tool and a heat gun

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  • sujitroy
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    Originally posted by Marco Polo View Post
    I fitted 15" 72 spokes for the TR6 on mine, it's been lowered 1 1/2" so I had to roll the rear arches.
    How do you role the arches on a Stag? Did you use a wheel arch rolling tool.

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  • mal fitz
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    Cleaning easy, use “mothers wheels” spray on , hose off, available online

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  • Laurence t
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    just found all these messages, thanks for all your responses

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  • Marco Polo
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    I fitted 15" 72 spokes for the TR6 on mine, it's been lowered 1 1/2" so I had to roll the rear arches.

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  • Phil S
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    a mate of mine fitted the 72 spoke 15" on his TR5 looks great, nice way to go if the price and style are right for you

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  • 022Dave
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    Phil Hallewell often advertises in the magazine; he specialises in them. 01895 674852.

    Dave

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  • Ritchie6
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    Just out of interest are you replacing wires or converting from steel wheels. I have chrome wires on my Stag which were fitted by the previous owner about 20 years ago. He used the bolt on type splines which utilise the existing wheel nuts to hold them on. They do look good and are still in excellent condition but do take a lot of keeping up with as far as cleaning goes. I find the best way is to jack up the car, remove the wheel and then get the old Solvol-Autosol on them but it takes about 1 hour per wheel.


    Richard
    Last edited by Ritchie6; 3rd December 2019, 08:26.

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  • Mopo
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    There was a complete set on eBay I think they wanted 650. May be some use.

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  • SteveD
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    Try MWS of Slough.
    Steve.

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  • Laurence t
    started a topic wire wheels

    wire wheels

    Can anyone recommend the best place to buy wire wheels for my mk 1?
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