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Yea ive got OLD centerlines on my car, they are 12 and 14lbs, wondering if some Holeshots are a lot lighter, they dont list weights on their site, anybody know some weights on them??
 

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Why not call them and ask :smt115
 

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Tony, Just bring them old 1970 centerlines over to my place and we will run a 3 inch hole saw through em. That should lighten them up a bit.
 

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I have a price list but there is no weights listed on them. Trust me they are light. Shoot me a PM when you are thinking about ordering.
 

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Tony, Just bring them old 1970 centerlines over to my place and we will run a 3 inch hole saw through em. That should lighten them up a bit.
Sounds good to me...LOL LOL
You guys all know how cheap i am, i like solid rims because i have all stock brakes...they look real ugly showing through nice rims LMAO

I have been thinking for a while that i can lose a lot of weight off the rear end by narrowing it 3-5" per side and putting a lighter rim all the way around the car, I personally like the rear rim with the same outer offset as the front, makes the car look slow, like it cant hold any tire in the back, I also realize im carrying a lot of extra weight with all stock brakes front and rear ......

 

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Sounds good to me...LOL LOL
You guys all know how cheap i am, i like solid rims because i have all stock brakes...they look real ugly showing through nice rims LMAO

I have been thinking for a while that i can lose a lot of weight off the rear end by narrowing it 3-5" per side and putting a lighter rim all the way around the car, I personally like the rear rim with the same outer offset as the front, makes the car look slow, like it cant hold any tire in the back, I also realize im carrying a lot of extra weight with all stock brakes front and rear ......



So why not keep the old sleeper wheels and put some good lightweight drag brakes all around. You'll lose more weight and keep the look you like. Not to mention be alot safer and stop better to boot. Probably cost close to the same either way.
 

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SO im looking at about 3 lbs per rim....is that gonna make a difference?? I know its rotating/sprung weight
it will make a difference. I went from Centerline Autodrags to Holeshot Holestars and picked up about a tenth.
 

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badass looking sleeper you have there.


Am i the only one that had to run wheel spacers on the front brakes? the back of the wheel is completely flat and does not clear any caliper that sticks out past the rotor hat. I LOVE the look of the wheel and the fact that nobody else runs them but it seems that is a poor design.
 
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