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  1. This past weekend, the Porsche Club had an Autocross in Prescott Valley, AZ. Site management was approached many years ago and was not receptive. Now Finally Toyota Center is under new management and allowed the Porsche guys to run an Autocross. Would be a great place for summer events. I stopped over to check everything out, and was told Phoenix group was providing the timing. Did not recognize anyone at the timing table, but event had maybe 40 cars. Sea of cones, and had the 150k cars navigating 10mph corners. Looked painful. Possible summer event site.
  2. I really thought long and hard about single axle, never really considered one. I even looked at adding a second axle to this trailer, but everyone I talked with saw no reason for it, since I well under tow capacity. So far so good, but if I had a lot of long tows, I'd do dual axle as well. Bu my new trailer was 3200, so I could not pass that up.
  3. I bought a Primo about 2 years ago. I wanted a lightweight, aluminum trailer that can tow my Honda UTV, or CRX. I went with a single axle 12'. It's short but works well. I picked it up at the factory, they had just advertised some blems they were discounting, and they threw in alloy wheels, spare with another alloy. They were great to deal with. I had some Alum ramps already and had slides welded in under the trailer, for rear ramp storage. Put car tie down rings front and rear. Small one with trailer not to beefy. Weight is 675lbs, tow capacity is 2400lbs, 3500lb axle. Primo also makes tandem axle trailers of all sizes. Neat assembly facility. Trailer tows great and no issues with anything. Worth checking out. Normally have to go thru dealer, but you can see what these look like by stopping by facility. Maybe get lucky and find a deal.
  4. How expensive of a wheel do you want? SSR or TE37'S?
  5. stephen king runs a nice light weight wheel. May want to hit him up to see which wheel he uses.
  6. How expensive do you want to go? SSR's and TE37's lightest and most expensive wheels available.
  7. I have a set of 15x7 RPF01's I will not probably be using. Like new, don't think I ever used them.
  8. yea, I knew there was a reason for taking a break for the next year or so.
  9. Thanks on this. I did pick up a set of SSR's 15 x 6 just last week. I should end this posting.
  10. This was a nice course, fast courses add nice fun factor for driving. That said, I would suggest not so many flat out sections going forward. Throw in a little tech with speed so that those with lesser hp cars can be in the mix.
  11. Anyone going to the cal club event on 12/11&12, that would have room to transport 4 15" wheels back to AZ? Jim Harnish
  12. I agree with you Scott. It was a course that had some low speed digs, and was difficult to find a line that allowed some speed maintenance. Finally found a line that allowed some early throttle, and added some pressure that resulted in better time. Glad we had 5 runs to allow us old guys to get up to speed.
  13. For what car? bolt pattern, offset? I have a set of Enkie RPF01 15x7 4 x 100
  14. Wheels are for my sons ES Miata, so I'm still good with my CRX homies.
  15. Looking for some lightweight wheels for a 2000 Miata. 15x6" Looking for some SSR's or Volk"s. Long shot for sure but have to try.
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