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OOOOOH!! New wheels......
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Just fitted these to mine and I think they're OK.
Reduced the road noise and the ride seems different...:thumbsup:

http://www.wheelbasealloys.com/15_Inch_W...eels__2830

Will post a proper pic asap!
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OOOH very nice! Will have to paint your calipers next Tongue
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Wow, those are really spiff! I've never owned alloys (boring I know :'() and was wondering how they hold up in winter conditions? Or does one always take them off and run steels in winter?

Tom
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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#4
Nice looking and that seems a good price too
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(26-07-2011, 01:03 PM)Coco Wrote:  Nice looking and that seems a good price too

I think they're no more expensive than the amount Monsieur Citroen wants for his stock steel wheels! (A tad under £50/wheel)
Add £40/wheel for the Falken tyres which is a brand I like, fitted and balanced and all-in-all not too dear.
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Thank you all for your encouragement.

EDIT:
@ 3rensho. These are painted with Gunmetal coloured paint and heavily lacquered over the top so they'll be no worse than any other wheel with respect to winter corrosion.
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#7
They look interesting - have you got a pic of them on your berlingo?
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            Feast your eyes on these! (Click on the thumbnails)

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#9
Are they 15's? What size tyre have you fitted?

Looking to get some 15 inch steels for my van
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(27-07-2011, 11:36 AM)800HDI Wrote:  Are they 15's? What size tyre have you fitted?

Looking to get some 15 inch steels for my van

Yes, they're 15 inch wheels. The tyre size is 185 65 15 (H rated),
the same size that was on the original steel wheels.
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