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Which Is your favorite, Holes like OEM or Solid to show off more carbon fiber?



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I love twill so solid has my vote.

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Solid, makes it look diff which is always a +
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I like the look of the solid better, but hey anything cf looks great!!!

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Looks like my idea is making the rounds. The ironic thing is I just bought new rearsets so don't know if an OEM sized heel guard would fit....?

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Looks like my idea is making the rounds. The ironic thing is I just bought new rearsets so don't know if an OEM sized heel guard would fit....?
Haha yeah, you and a few others asked so it was plain to see that a poll was necessary. Measure the distance of your bolts, depending on the new sets, oem may work still.

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I have gilles tooling rearset and they are the same
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Times Up! Solid is your victor. Thanks to everyone who voted!
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Haha yeah, you and a few others asked so it was plain to see that a poll was necessary. Measure the distance of your bolts, depending on the new sets, oem may work still.

I WILL BE CLOSING THIS POLL AT 1PM EASTERN (USA) and you will see the victor very soon
Excellent, and I'll get back to you on that.

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