It’s a package. It’s from Malaysia. It’s overpriced. It’s loose. And it’s got rubber tires. What could it be?

A few weeks ago, I was having fun on eBay. I saw a couple auctions for some items I thought were pretty neat and threw down some bids I did not expect would be enough to win the auction. And surely enough, I accidentally won one of them. Oops, I did not plan on paying for this but oh well. What did I win?

No, it’s not a stolen factory $uper, it’s just a few sets of neat tuner rims and tires. I won the auction at a total of $21.49, rounding out to $4.30 per set of wheels. I’m not really a wheel-swapper guy – I should be putting that money towards a replacement power drill instead – but even at a pricy $4.30 for a set of wheels, these are really neat. I haven’t the slightest clue of what I want to do with them. But I’m still a kid inside, time to play around!

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I grabbed the R33 Skyline first. This casting was shown in the example photos from the eBay listing.

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Also tried the R30 because it was sitting right next to my loose R33.

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I need a new power drill

This counterfeit Kyosho Ferrari 458 Italia was conveniently within reaching distance and has a screw-on base.

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Hmm, what else do I have that’s screw-on and within reaching distance?

HK Toyota Crown Comfort Taxi by Tiny. With suspension.
Without suspension

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TE37s don’t look out of place since it originally came with 6-spoke rims.

If you’re looking for a set for yourself, search keywords “64 rubber tyres Kyosho”. Buy it now prices are absurd but you can try accidentally winning an auction like I did.

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Also, does anyone have any suggestions on how to punch a 2-3mm diameter hole in some 5mm diameter sequins? If we’re able to figure this out, we’ll all have awesome disk brakes for our customs that can come for really cheap. [!!!]

Would love to hear your suggestions on punching holes in these brakes.