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S3 Wheel Rim Stickers

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Could anybody tell me if they are worth the money? How easy they are to apply and the finished result?

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very very good hard to put on take your time,dont over lap 10mm like it says if you do last one will be short,over lap 4mm only

very hard wearing and look trick

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Just installed a set, nice quality. Keep a heat gun handy. I installed the set with the wheels off the bike and used a tire mounting ring to support the wheel. Take your time.

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pictures please youz guys ?

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They do look good. Until they start to come off and look sh1 -----te.

Make sure you use contact cleaner to clean the rim really well before you try to fit or it will be an expensive project.

After seeing them put on well and in the flesh I am tempted....

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TysbikeRomoland.jpg

Black on a Sherco

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White on a Scorpa

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Hello all need some help. I've just bought some S3 Rim tape took them out the pack and there seem to be loads some are like wheel shape and some that seem straight and I don't really know where to start. Please could someone help.

Thanks

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Get a heat gun. Get them hit as your applying.

--Biff

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A heat gun is a bit of overkill.A hair drier works fine.

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Ok I will give them slight heat them. Why are some straight and some slightly wheel shape.

Thanks

Edited by evo boy

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The wider curvy ones are for the rear wheel.

The straighter ones for the front!

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The wider curvy ones are for the rear wheel.

The straighter ones for the front!

That's Great thank you. Looks like that's my weekend job.

Thanks again

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