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Unread 02-05-2013, 10:36 AM   #1
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anti coning for beadlocks

What does everyone use? I have a set of GLO DIYs on the way and I didnt bother to order the coning material from them. $60 for a small length of solid core tube is crazy. I figure I can find something else somewhere. I dont really want to weld on a solid steel lip. Id like something I can replace fairly easily for cheap. Ive read about guys using lawn mower fan belts and things. What about some 3/4" stainless braided line?

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