|09-25-2002 03:29 PM|
|BJ On Roids||
|09-24-2002 05:32 AM|
but only if you phone with in the next 15 minutes, and be one of the first 10000000 callers and will we through in free RooNuts, the bootie fab australian version of the trucknuts with that "downunder" appeal.
|09-24-2002 05:28 AM|
|09-23-2002 10:22 PM|
|uglyscout||Bootie Fab is the best!! I can't stop laughing.....|
|09-23-2002 10:02 PM|
|09-23-2002 10:01 PM|
That is the funniest shiat I have read in a long time.
But seriously the rim gaps work awesome and are easy to do (I helped ruff do em) and you can get any backspacing you want without flipping the rim (so that the "long" bead is still on the inside so that you put the beadlock on the outside "short" bead).
And they also run straighter than they did to start with.
|09-23-2002 08:02 PM|
|BJ On Roids||
1 male kangaroo and 4 female kangaroos, for the wheel package
the guard cutting package is an additional female kanga!
or 2 crocodiles will cover the whole lot (any sex)
this offer is limited
|09-23-2002 06:50 PM|
|Pathmaker||is there a package deal for both?|
|09-23-2002 06:48 PM|
|road1will||lol i love you aussies, always have a sense of humor. kind of like canadians eh?|
|09-23-2002 06:23 PM|
|BJ On Roids||
well i saw on malcom douglas special on bush survival that by driving across your tyre with no air in it, you can unseat the bead...
well after several funny and uninspiring attempts, and even a thought about going to the local tyre place and spending $5 and saving a few hours, i decided against it....
deciding instead to get the bootie fab handbook out and remove the beads, AUSSIE STYLE, now, step one was to angle grind the tyres off...BUT one of my friends (smithy aka beastmontero/beastpaj) wanted the old tyres so that ruled out that option, option two was to grab a front end loader, weighing in at a whopping....heavier than me, and use HYRO to remove the beads.....
put tyre under fork blades, push down, repeat steps, pull tyre off using screwdrivers and brute force, later realise a better way to do it may have saved an hour or two
then go out drinking and ignore the project for a week
|09-23-2002 06:15 PM|
|BJ On Roids||
my bootie fab bead removal pics are in!!
with my 10" wheels (for my new 42x15, 15TSLs) i needed to get some more backspacing, my current plan is to flip the "shell" and get 0" backspacing, but ruff as always is a few days ahead of me, and with the backing of a large offroad company at his disposal, its any wonder!!
mine is more backyard bootie
|09-23-2002 09:46 AM|
|I Lean||The funniest part is, all the work making those "rim gaps" was completely unecessary. Once the wheel center was removed, you can get the 2" (or less) backspacing by flipping the shell around, so what used to be the outer bead is now the inner, and vice versa.|
|09-23-2002 08:48 AM|
|TyTy||You forgot to post a price. Please dont forget the seperate prices for both the rim gaps and the clearanceing.|
|09-23-2002 08:33 AM|
|TJ99||Job well done|
|09-23-2002 08:04 AM|
You guys should sell that custom fender clearancing kit
|09-23-2002 06:47 AM|
|RUFF||P.S please dont try this at home as we are fully qualified "Bootie Fab Engineers" and have trained for many years to do these types of modifications|
|09-23-2002 06:44 AM|
|RUFF||Then we are done fenders now clear 16/38.5/15s and we have 2" back spacing with custom "Rim Gaps"|
|09-23-2002 06:42 AM|
|RUFF||Making sure it drops fully on to the tire.|
|09-23-2002 06:40 AM|
We also have a custom "Guard Clearancing" option as well.
We just fit the wheel under the fender and push your rig off the high lift jack.
|09-23-2002 06:37 AM|
Make sure you have the proper balancing and aligning machine before fitting your "Gaps"
Here is a pic of the "Gap" almost fitted to the rim while on our profesional balancer.
|09-23-2002 06:35 AM|
|RUFF||After trial fitting and adjusting the "Gap" you can start welding them in.|
|09-23-2002 06:33 AM|
|RUFF||Sorry these are the "Rim Gaps" we have used they are the 32mm style gaps but they come in other sizes also.|
|09-23-2002 06:31 AM|
|RUFF||Then you need to trial fit your "Rim Gaps" to see how much of the gap you need.|
|09-23-2002 06:29 AM|
RIM GAPS the latest product from www.bootiefab.com.au
Yes we are now prode top anounce our muchly awaited "Rim Gaps" are now available here are a few pics of us fitting them Down Under style.
P.S "Rim Gaps" are used when you cant get enough back spacing with the rim you have.
First you need to cut the centre out