The ultimate DIY disc wheel cover how-to thread.

By undertheradar

Lucky for me, here in SoCal, a quick search led me to a place in Anaheim called Industrial Plastic Supply. Not only did they have .040 thickness ABS sheets, they can also cut to size. Odd sizes are more expensive, but after measuring my 30mm deep training wheels, I figured out a disc with a diameter of 23″ would be perfect. The best part? It was cheap. Like $13 a piece cheap. So I placed an order with Miguel (great guy) and the next day they were ready for pick up.

So lets get started.
Here is a list of things you’ll need.
ABS discs
ABS Cement
Sharp cutting tool
Straight edge
Sandpaper
Painters tape

Here’s the discs after I picked them up:


Original post is here

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