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Photo-Chop please

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by alloyboy, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. alloyboy

    alloyboy New Member

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    help would be appreciated - can anyone put these turbine style wheels onto this red s-line please??
    Thanks folks..

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  3. sitrials

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    so your after merc SLR wheels or similar on your A4?
    i'll have a go.
     
  4. alloyboy

    alloyboy New Member

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    Yes man have these ready to go on - just waitin on the car coming this weekend - help me out if you can - cheers!!
     
  5. sitrials

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    Any good? rear aint brilliant but you get the impression with the front!
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  6. sitrials

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    are they real merc wheels you have to go on your A4??
    because i'm pretty sure the stud pattern is the same but the merc bolts and hub centres are a different size.
     
  7. alloyboy

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    Thanks man - no theyre replica's - i sell them - www.autoalloys.com - stud pattern is the same - and i have the spiggot rings to suit - any way you can take the actual wheels off the silver e-class and place them on the red car? or am i being wishful?! thanks man
     
  8. sitrials

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    to make it easier i found those wheels off a real SLR at the same angle as your A4 but with a bit of playing they could be put together but i think you get the impression, no?
    should look cool none the less!
     
  9. alloyboy

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    Should look ok i reckon! thanks man - i'll post up a pic of the real thing at the weekend!!:idea:
     
  10. nky_84

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    heres my quick effort. Played around with a few settings too.

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  11. alloyboy

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    Cheers man, thats a bit better for me - is there any possibility the size of the wheel could be increased a little and raised up into the arch?! maybe i am asking too much this time!!
     
  12. technics100

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    Here you go

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  13. alloyboy

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    Technics - thanks chap - think that pic has me convinced now!!:hubbahubba:
     
  14. alloyboy

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    Just added the finished result - opinions goods and bad - welcome!! - that pic was just taken at the body shop - covered in white dust etc!!:keule:
     
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    :hubbahubba: looking good
     
  16. silver75

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    good to see something different

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    this looks the nuts!! :cool:
     

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