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Old 26th May 2007, 01:07   #31
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yes it is possible i saw many scorpios here in hyderabad with rear mounted wheel....looks good..
Hmmm.. what about the Number plate.. ?? It affects that position right
Even if you move the number plate to another location like the sides i dont think that would be legal as visibility of the number will be bad at nights.


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Old 26th May 2007, 01:19   #32
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Hmmm.. what about the Number plate.. ?? It affects that position right
Even if you move the number plate to another location like the sides i dont think that would be legal as visibility of the number will be bad at nights.


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You also need to factor in the rear washer/wiper. Might need a good bit of metal work IMHO.
@zenopios: any pics of the scorps with the rear wheel mounted? might help badboyscad.
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Old 26th May 2007, 09:02   #33
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Hmmm.. what about the Number plate.. ?? It affects that position right
Even if you move the number plate to another location like the sides i dont think that would be legal as visibility of the number will be bad at nights.


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it covers the whole old location of the number plate after the wheel is mounted ...the number plate will be shifted under the back door handle that too a square white colour sticker on it number will be written......

i will get pictures this time when i find ...
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here is the picture to give an idea....

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OK.. That gives a rough idea but i think the rear visibility is goin to reduce drastically.. something like the Safari.. I can hardly make out what is behind the vehicle

and IMHO it will look cool if its mounted not in the centre but more on the RHS of the vehicle.

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Old 26th May 2007, 18:05   #36
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hmmm....didnt know it had so many complications....anyways thanks guys..got to talk with my mech about the factors that you all suggested before doing it...
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Old 27th May 2007, 12:23   #37
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the rear mounted wheel,that would really look cool, but make sure u strengthen the rear door, the hinges et all.hey man where you in tn?if you in chennai theres the right person for you to meet regarding mod jobs.
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guys, i inquired about the FFE at n 1 (n one) but they said they dont have a FFE for diesels..any other places where i can get one??and do you have any suggestions for under car neons??
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enquire with automech. i had sent you a link in the pm.
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and IMHO it will look cool if its mounted not in the centre but more on the RHS of the vehicle.
Agree with Godfather here. Mounting it on the right gives it a more SUVish look. Something like the Pajero or LC.
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guys finally got the pics ..
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thanks a lot zeno for the pics..these will help me briefing my mech about the wheel mounting..keep posting any new suggestions or ideas guys..
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guys, can i fit a rear wheel holder(unlike the method followed in the pics) on to my ride's back door hinges, similar to that of the tata safari or sumo victa???..what do you suggest??
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bad boy?decided on the mags, color??
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guys, can i fit a rear wheel holder(unlike the method followed in the pics) on to my ride's back door hinges, similar to that of the tata safari or sumo victa???..what do you suggest??

yaa good idea ask your mech , i think lot of welding should be done..
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