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mutleylocost

posted on 26/4/10 at 04:16 PM Reply With Quote
Rally Design Cortina alloy uprights

Rally design advertise alloy uprights based on the standard cortina ones but have not had any for months. Anyone know of anywhere else I am able to find some... also alloy Cortina front hubs ?
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prawnabie

posted on 26/4/10 at 04:21 PM Reply With Quote
Try mads he has an assortment lol
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TimC

posted on 26/4/10 at 04:22 PM Reply With Quote
MNR for the uprights. The MNR hubs are super light but more costly than alternatives from eBay or the cheapest I've found which is from Carol and David at bp.grassing@btopenworld.com .






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mads

posted on 26/4/10 at 04:30 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by prawnabie
Try mads he has an assortment lol


lol, you cheeky git!!

But I do... if you can find me some alloy sierra hubs I will happily do you a swap!





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omega0684

posted on 26/4/10 at 05:00 PM Reply With Quote
mads: the ones you have are not the same as the ones that RD have for sale.





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ghostrain

posted on 26/4/10 at 05:08 PM Reply With Quote
The next batch of Uprights from Rally Design will be available mid May...they will in future be available with drop forged steering arms...hence the delay.
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expatkiwi

posted on 26/4/10 at 05:12 PM Reply With Quote
Andy Silman does them also but they are douple the price of the RD ones





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Mal

posted on 26/4/10 at 05:38 PM Reply With Quote
Compbrake sell reasonably priced Cortina hubs:

http://www.compbrake.co.uk/WHEELHUBS/WHEELHUBS1.html

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hicost blade

posted on 26/4/10 at 05:53 PM Reply With Quote
Andy Silmans (Siltech) are also machined from a billet of aircraft grade aluminium...... and can take abuse without cracking
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Tartanpimpernel

posted on 26/4/10 at 06:28 PM Reply With Quote
I`ve got a set of the MNR ones which came as part of an unfinished project I bought and didnt use on my car.

they had been test fitted but never seen the road

had planned to throw in a set of wingstays and cycle wings for free with them



here are the wingstays/cycle wings ( there are 2 cycle wings )

wingstay is in 2 sections to allow removal of cycle wing without having to detach wingstay from upright.




if the pics dont show up or you have any q`s just drop me a u2u

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mads

posted on 26/4/10 at 06:29 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by omega0684
mads: the ones you have are not the same as the ones that RD have for sale.


if they aren't, then the million dollar question is what are they?!





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