CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

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CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by ClassicMan » Thu 25 Sep 2008, 16:07

Superlites are now available for most Muscle Cars of the 60's and 70's era. They can be supplied in sizes up to:

13" x 8J
14" x 8J
15" x 8J (possibly even 10J)
16' x 8J (possibly even 10J)

Check out www.superlites.co.za or www.affordableclassics.co.za.

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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by Johann65 » Thu 25 Sep 2008, 18:22

Performance alloy wheels earned its first meritorious Quality award in 1996 having gained AS/NZS ISO 9002 accreditation. Since this time the company has continued to develop its internal quality assurance in the relentless pursuit for manufacturing excellence
ISO 9002 is not a product quality award. It is the registration of an organization whose quality management system complies with ISO 9002.

ISO 9002 & 9003 have become obsolete in 2000 and have been replaced by ISO 9001 for all three kinds of Quality Management Systems. If an organization still claims compliance to ISO 9002 then it is a false and unlawful claim. Refer to the South African Standards Act and ISO Geneva.

How do I know?

I represented SABS at ISO Geneva on TC176 WG3 ISO 10014 Economics of Quality.

Also in 1992 at the Gold Coast in Australia Annual ISO Working Group Meetings.
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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by ClassicMan » Mon 06 Oct 2008, 13:51

Thank you for that response.

It's not my business or my site though - I'm just passsing the info on. They are still damn good looking period wheels!

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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by j1autotech » Mon 06 Oct 2008, 14:03

Politics/Policy - Wheels....
Wheels - Politics/Policy....

Umm this is a Muscle Car Forum

Yep they are good rims. Have thought about maybe putting them on my Fairmont GT.

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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by FairmontGT » Mon 06 Oct 2008, 14:47

They look awesome on the older cars, probably the rims I would prefer if ever changing from my ordinary hubcaps.
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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by FPT » Mon 06 Oct 2008, 15:16

Hi All
I don't seem to find prices on the site, how expensive are they? I'm definately intrested in a set for a Fairmont I'm rebuilding.
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Re: CLASSIC SUPERLITE MAGS

Post by ClassicMan » Wed 08 Oct 2008, 18:58

Depends on which size you are after.

15x8's look awsome on the GT - R6,000 for the set including nuts, valves and centre caps. These are still old prices and they have stock. They also have the Challenger (Bathurst Racer) speciifically for the GT. Same price, or you cna order them in 15x10's WICKED!!!

They also do split sets for the Mustang guys 15x6 in front and 15x8 for the rear.

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