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Old 04-25-2006, 10:46   #1 (permalink)
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Are Weld Aluma Star 2.0's street legal in nsw?

Just wanted to know as they are normally seen on drag cars with bead lockers. Was thinking of getting a set of them for my XD, 15x8 for the front and 15x9 for back (or just 15x8 all round, its only a stock 250 at the mo'), non bead lockers ofcourse. I'd reckon it'd look damn tough.

The U.S. website said this "*Surpasses SFI 15-1 Certification For Drive Wheels - Certification Applied On 15x14" And Larger Wheels."

"Drive wheels..."- So does this imply that they cant withstand a lateral load, such as on the front wheels going around a corner. Altough the centres are "forged space age aluminum alloy center", so they sound strong.

Added a pic of em as an atachment, the second pic is of American Torque Thrust Pro Series, but i cant find any info on them, i would die for a set of these. (i hope the pics work)
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Old 04-25-2006, 10:51   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Are Weld Aluma Star 2.0's street legal in nsw?

The Torque ones only come in 15x10 or larger (thats the only info i could get), might have to match them with normal style 17x8 Torque Thrust 2's.

Yes i am posting at 3.50am and yes i am pissed, hope everyone had a great anzac day.
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