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Old 05-22-2015, 03:28 PM
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I need to find a rear rim for my Parma days of thunder pancar, all the rims I have seen so far are 3 bolt and I need two bolt rims. Does anyone know where I might find one, I have been searching online but nothing yet. Worst case scenario I guess I can fire up the lathe and make some.
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Old 05-22-2015, 03:37 PM
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I take it they are the old two bolt 1/12th rims? I'm sure someone still has a few laying around somewhere, try posting a wanted add in the wanted section of this site.

Also you could probably upgrade to new hubs pretty easily if you wanted to use 3 bolt wheels.
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I think the car is actually 1/10th scale, I should get it taken apart and measure it all up. I think the car is from the late 80s
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Looking at the chassis you posted in your other thread - ALL 1/10th scale pan car wheels will fit those hubs.

It looks like in the pic that Parma only used two screws - the wheels you'll get will have 4 holes, but a lot of us only ran 2 screw anyway.



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All 1/10th wheels I know of are four bolt so 2 bolt wouldn't be a problem.

Edit, SWTour beat me to it.
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Great, thanks for the info, now ill just have to grab my caliper and verify. I thought that would be to simple to just leave out two bolts.
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