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May as well get a pic up seeing as everyone else is


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Very nice!!

First job, 15" wheels!! makes them look so much better and improves the road holding and handling no end!
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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(06-11-2011, 10:48 AM)steve valentine Wrote:  Very nice!!

First job, 15" wheels!! makes them look so much better and improves the road holding and handling no end!

Are these 14inch?

Nice colour patmac.

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Looking for a set of alloys for it at the moment. Yeah they are 14 at the moment. Was hoping halfrauds wheels would fit but they need 20 mm spacers and im not going down that route
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Dont bother with spacers, im sure they are illegal any way. (may be wrong tho) any Citroen/Peugeot/Renault alloys will go straight on as long as they fit within your wheel arch ect. ohhhh and u will need longer wheel nuts. try not to buy new because u will be charged thru the teeth, i went to a scrap yard and salvage some.
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(08-11-2011, 09:25 PM)BASS-lingo Wrote:  Dont bother with spacers, im sure they are illegal any way. (may be wrong tho) any Citroen/Peugeot/Renault alloys will go straight on as long as they fit within your wheel arch ect. ohhhh and u will need longer wheel nuts. try not to buy new because u will be charged thru the teeth, i went to a scrap yard and salvage some.

Spacers aren't illegal, but I would recommend hubcentric spacers.

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Most citroen wheels will fit, HOWEVER if you get some with wider tyres, you may find they rub if you don't fit spacers.

Spacers are perfectly safe, if used correctly with longer bolts.
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http://www.wheelbasealloys.com/15_Inch_W...eels__2830

These fitted with new Falken tyres were a very good deal.
They were supplied with 10mm spacers.
(Spacers only become illegal when the wall of the tyre protrudes
a certain distance outside the wheel arch.)
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Not too worried about the alloys at the moment. Managed to get the towbar on this evening and the socket wired, TB and water pump on Monday and then ready for the roadtrip to Yorkshire
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Yah a red one . Doesn't seem to be many of us about!
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(20-11-2011, 10:53 AM)duamoHDI Wrote:  Yah a red one . Doesn't seem to be many of us about!

Think its something to do with the Postman Pat look. :wave:
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