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The fishing village of Peggy's Cove was getting ready for "Dumping Day" on Monday, the annual start of lobster season in this part of Nova Scotia. Likely my last drive of the year. No salt or snow yet, but the Falcons are a bit too hard for the late November weather.
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The fishing village of Peggy's Cove was getting ready for "Dumping Day" on Monday, the annual start of lobster season in this part of Nova Scotia. Likely my last drive of the year. No salt or snow yet, but the Falcons are a bit too hard for the late November weather.
Love the color and wheels!
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not a 930 but damn close! 91 C2 turbo with 55k miles

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What wheels are those James?
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The fishing village of Peggy's Cove was getting ready for "Dumping Day" on Monday, the annual start of lobster season in this part of Nova Scotia. Likely my last drive of the year. No salt or snow yet, but the Falcons are a bit too hard for the late November weather.
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^Fikse FM10's^

good lookin rig

some more great shots here as usual... love it
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THose aren't Fikse FM/10s. Those look more like the Fikse Mach V .

For comparison, the FM10:
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Very nice! Can you please tell us your wheel (size, offset) and tire (size) specs? Thanks!
18x11.5 with a 315/35R18.
I cant tell you exact offset as I can't remember now lol. I made them a while back. Outer dish is ~4"

There is a build thread on the car here someplace. Is now EFI,964 cams etc with BW366 on the back.
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d'oh yes I stand corrected, Mick - brainfart... I knew something didn't look right as I was typing it 8-/
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18x11.5 with a 315/35R18.
I cant tell you exact offset as I can't remember now lol. I made them a while back. Outer dish is ~4"

There is a build thread on the car here someplace. Is now EFI,964 cams etc with BW366 on the back.
Do you happen to also know the front wheel width and tire size?
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18x9 with a 225. Really needs a 245 or there abouts.
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no rubbing or clearance issues, Uncle?
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Ever so slight on the sidewall of the tyre with Pax and driver in the car under hard load. Like juuuust taking the letters off 1 tho at a time.

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Mick,
Good call on the Fikse Mach V's. They are 17's, 9" front and 11"at the rear. Finish is clear anodized for all components.
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Thanks for the info, Jim. Those look great, I like them a lot. But at $875 a corner just for the rims, it may be a while
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