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      03-03-2008, 05:50 PM   #1
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time attack rings

Where can i order these??

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How hard are they to install?
not to hard, just requires some serious patience. also, if you have ever worked with tint or vinyl it should be a breeze. the hardest part is getting them aligned properly.

few tips;

1. cut the overlays about 1/4" from the outside of the ring as they come on a square backsheet. its 100x easier to apply and align with them precut vs the square.

2. dismount your wheel and apply them with the tire on. its much easier to apply/align with the wheel/tire on the ground facing up.

3. don't use too much soap in your soap/water mix. it will take a long time to dry, even with the aid of a heatgun.

anyhow, i went through 2 rings from trial/error so good luck. it will be worth it once you get them applied!
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