DO NOT USE COMMODORE WHEELS ON KINGSWOODS

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You can see clearly the studs have all flared outwards. Photo by Dusty Dirt Roads. Click to Enlargen.

DO NOT USE COMMODORE WHEELS ON KINGSWOODS:

Appearances Are Deceiving:= Commodore Wheels are different in size to Kingswoods even though they look the same.The Photos show the differences and some of the effects of fitting them.=FITTING COMMODORE WHEELS ON KINGSWOODS IS DANGEROUS:=Without warning all the Studs will snap and each Wheel will seperate in an instant.  =Studs:=Pay particular attention to the damage that is done to the Studs. If COMMODORE WHEELS have been fitted to a Kingswood, it it likely the Studs will be so stressed that replacing them will be an abosolute necessity. [

[Image:Groundhogs_007.JPG|thumb|Note the studs seem to be fine, the nuts do up without a hint of trouble, but they get go in an instant. Photo by Dusty Dirt Roads. Click to Enlargen.]]

The studs failed after 10 mins of use and failing in an instant. Photo by Dusty Dirt Roads. Click to Enlargen.

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