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Looking for a little edge in the aero department? Aero wheels are the way. These wheel disks cost less than $2 each.
Here's what we used A sheet of an unknown plastic. It was thin, very flexible and appears not to be very brittle. But more importantly, it was $1.75 ...
First, take some measurement. We need to know the radius of the wheel in question (in our case, 7 and 3/8 inches). We also need a hole to ...
Now it's time to cut. Cut out your circle, then drill out your center hole (if applicable). Now, we want to make a cone to follow the shape ...
You'll likely find that your disk doesn't fit. OR, it rubs against the tire. Now is the time to break out the sander and start filing the edge ...
You can paint - or in our case, we will be frosting our disks. Just sand one side until it's "frosted" - sanding by hand in one direction ...
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