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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 09 Jul 2020 16:41 #212349

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Hi everyone,

After some model badges for my Dodgey HZ. Would like the model badges from an AT4 either 114 or 353 or if someone has the bits of a set to make up 350 that would be cool too. I am in Echuca.
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Bruce
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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 09 Jul 2020 17:06 #212350

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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 09 Jul 2020 21:31 #212358

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Not much ventilation for the front brakes with those wheels.

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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 10 Jul 2020 14:05 #212373

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They were on it when i purchased it. I will see what happens with brake fade first and act accordingly. They are disk brakes behind them.

people told me the XP drum brakes would overheat and fail and I should replace them with disks but they never did and realistically they had about as much airflow as these.
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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 10 Jul 2020 22:22 #212389

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Those old Centreline mags were around for a long time and unless your out drag racing or doing laps on a circuit for street use they will be fine.
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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 11 Jul 2020 15:06 #212410

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Friends had them on their HQs back in the 1980's without issue. They were often driving drum-braked V8s too. I am not anticipating much problem, particularly as I live in Echuca so flat and not that busy compared to capital cities, geelong, ballarat etc
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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 11 Jul 2020 19:28 #212417

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Except for the peak hour bridge crossing in the afternoon, I imagine it would hopeless with all the corona checking. Still in the weather ya won't over heat.
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Wanted Dodge AT4 Badges 12 Jul 2020 17:52 #212450

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you need to be moving to need brakes! :)

Seriously as the week has gone on the bridge delays have shrunk from 3 hours to less than 30 minutes. Most people have printed out the permit and put it and their licence on the dash and get waved straight through - particularly as the same police seem to be on the same shift so are starting to recognise people. All it takes is someone to only have it on their phone and start searching through their emails! The police are starting to get those people to pull into the carpark around the corner so they don't delay everyone else then delaying those people with extra questions and sometimes issuing fines for using mobile phones in the car etc so they get the point.
I still think the funniest one was at Tocumwal where 2 people pulled up at a checkpoint without a permit and with a commercial quantity of drugs on the back seat! By the time they were turned around the vic police were waiting for them as they came back!
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