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DLF
03-24-2012, 10:13 AM
Brand New FRPP Cobra Rear Hubs and Wheel Bearings.

$325 shipped (lower 48), payment via PayPal to dlfraleigh@comcast.net.

DLF
03-25-2012, 10:33 AM
I've had some serious inquiries, but no payments yet.

First with the $$ wins, not the first to PM me.

DLF
04-08-2012, 12:24 AM
Still available...

90turbo1
04-09-2012, 11:31 PM
would you take 250 for them

DLF
04-09-2012, 11:32 PM
would you take 250 for them

No, sorry.

90sc35thann
04-10-2012, 09:35 AM
Sorry to be naive. Are these better than our stop hub/bearing setups? Just trying to udnerstand why one would want to swap them out.

DLF
04-10-2012, 10:56 AM
These are what you would use in the rear when doing a bolt pattern swap.

http://home.comcast.net/~dlfraleigh/Article.html

DLF
04-23-2012, 11:57 PM
Lower Price!

$300 shipped (lower 48), payment via PayPal.

Cyboman
04-24-2012, 09:15 AM
What else would be needed to do a whole 4 wheel bolt pattern swap, and about how much would it cost in total (without the cost of wheels)? Thanks.

Michael

DLF
04-24-2012, 10:45 AM
What else would be needed to do a whole 4 wheel bolt pattern swap, and about how much would it cost in total (without the cost of wheels)? Thanks.

Michael

2 front hubs and 4 retainer nuts.

The total cost would depend upon what you do with the brakes.

DLF
04-24-2012, 11:15 AM
Sale Pending

Cyboman
04-24-2012, 11:25 PM
2 front hubs and 4 retainer nuts.

The total cost would depend upon what you do with the brakes.
So what would the front hubs and retainer nuts cost? What are the options with brakes (and cost)? Thanks.

Michael

DLF
04-24-2012, 11:31 PM
So what would the front hubs and retainer nuts cost? What are the options with brakes (and cost)? Thanks.

Michael

This is a "For Sale" thread, it's not the place to ask Tech questions.

Cyboman
04-25-2012, 12:35 AM
This is a "For Sale" thread, it's not the place to ask Tech questions.
So I guess I should buy first and ask questions later? That doesn't seem so smart to me, but maybe that's the way you like your buyers.

I've seen threads get so off topic in these Forums: you do recall the 5 page 'New wheels for my 91 SC' thread in the "Non-Technical" Forum that involved his ride height going up after installing your delrin bushings? I didn't see you trying to smack anyone around with staying on topic in that thread. In fact, you got quite involved with 'tech talk' in the "Non-Technical" Forum yourself in that thread. I guess it's all good when you're the one doing it...

I didn't think that asking what things 'cost' for related components in a "For Sale" thread was too far of a stretch. Thanks for helping me in determining if this was a good 'buy' for me in a "For Sale" thread.

Good luck with your sale.

DLF
04-25-2012, 12:41 AM
So I guess I should buy first and ask questions later? That doesn't seem so smart to me, but maybe that's the way you like your buyers.

I've seen threads get so off topic in these Forums: you do recall the 5 page 'New wheels for my 91 SC' thread in the "Non-Technical" Forum that involved his ride height going up after installing your delrin bushings? I didn't see you trying to smack anyone around with staying on topic in that thread. In fact, you got quite involved with 'tech talk' in the "Non-Technical" Forum yourself in that thread. I guess it's all good when it suits you...

I didn't think that asking what things 'cost' for related components in a "For Sale" thread was too far of a stretch. Thanks for helping me in determining if this was a good 'buy' for me in a "For Sale" thread.

Good luck with your sale.

Wow!

You really expect me to take the time to list all of the possible brake options, along with the costs, for the opposite end of the car I might add, because you might be interested in buying something that I already have a buyer for!

Try and do some research on your own.

As for David's thread, we've known each other quite a while, mind your own business.

Cyboman
04-25-2012, 12:52 AM
As for David's thread, we've known each other quite a while, mind your own business.
I didn't think you'd have any kind of answer for that. How do you think you can get in my face and me not get in yours? If you don't like it, don't do it!

95_XR7
04-25-2012, 03:30 AM
So what would the front hubs and retainer nuts cost? What are the options with brakes (and cost)? Thanks.

Michael

Check over on TCCoA. There are quite a few recent threads with updated prices.
I'm going with Cobra calipers which cost $200 a few months back, and coated KVR rotors which cost a pretty penny. Also purchased relocation brackets from David Dalke so I can use Cobra rear rotors with Tbird calipers.

Doug, payment has been sent. Sorry about the delay.

-Corey

Cyboman
04-25-2012, 09:10 AM
Check over on TCCoA. There are quite a few recent threads with updated prices.
I'm going with Cobra calipers which cost $200 a few months back, and coated KVR rotors which cost a pretty penny. Also purchased relocation brackets from David Dalke so I can use Cobra rear rotors with Tbird calipers.

-Corey
Thanks, Corey. I'll take a look there.

Michael