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I was going though some older sand sports mags an came across a red Elite Performance 2 seet car w/ nissan turbo  cylinder and noted it had bogarts front spindle mount wheels. Anbody have anymore info on that setup and were to get it ?

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Have you tried calling them. Looks like they are still in business.

Bogart Racing Wheels
27 North 57th Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85043

602-353-6648

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Many su cars have the same setup, the rotor bolts to the wheel just add a caliper and mount and your done. You may need a bigger master cylinder or pedal set up depending what you already have. I have heard these wheel are prone to cracking when used on heavier four seat cars over time. Anything wears out after seasons of abuse tho

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Anybody have a picture of this setup. Bogart doesnt show  on website.

 

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Can't see much, this is my buddies sand limo with Bogart's and spindle mounts

 

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Put these on a few sand cars back in the day. The ones I used were made by  CMS wheel.  They looked identical to the Bogarts.  Dont know if CMS  [custom metal spinning] is still around.

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http://www.custommetalspinning.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=Billetstarclearance

they are $570 on clearance, the are made by CMS and are not very strong

at the end of the day I am about being safe, don't think it is a good idea to have a non beadlock wheel, sandlizard cartwheeled his car down banchee hill over a front tire coming off the bead

 

there are plenty of used brake fdue to most converting to 2'' hollow and you can get a wheel for pretty cheap,

but if you really have to have the look of the Cms wheel attached is the link

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These wheel s and brakes worked great for me on lots of cars. They were nice looking and had their place. I wouldnt call them "not very strong"  but they  dont belong on a 2000  lbs. plus car.

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