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  • #31
    Originally posted by Drew View Post
    Crowd funding?

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    • #32
      I have after market alloys wheels on my car. She's a 2009 Elite Tourer, 2.0l diesel. She had an original 18 inch Elite wheels back then, and all was fine, until I have addet a VX kit on it ( front / rear lower bumpers and side skirts ). And then my 18 inch was looking like 17 inch or even more like 16inch.
      So, basically I was in the same situation like Alex avove, pretty much in the same boat.

      I found PWD Kaiser in Silver.
      Front 19 x 8.5J x ET35
      Rear 19 x 9.5J x ET38
      Was a bit sceptical about all the offset's , spigon rings and spacers...

      But , a the end of the day , if you are not in it, you can't win it.

      At the front I have 245x40x19 with spigon rings 72.6 to 67.1

      On the rear I have 275x35x19 with same 72.6 to 67.1 spigon rings and 5mm spacers.

      Have to change wheel nuts aswell, cause original nuts simply wont fit.

      Also, all 4 corners has a alloy gators on.

      I personally like it very much, the stand , the width , speciality at the rear and it looks like it was lowered a bit aswell.

      I'll take a pic tomorrow to show you my results.

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      • #33
        Few pictures of BMW wheels on the Insignia. One pic before noon, two pics after noon.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Roman14 View Post
          Few pictures of BMW wheels on the Insignia. One pic before noon, two pics after noon.
          That's bloody lovely mate....it really is.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Roman14 View Post
            Few pictures of BMW wheels on the Insignia. One pic before noon, two pics after noon.
            Absolute belter

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            • #36
              Nice---very nice------Dave

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              • #37
                Fills the car out nicely those wheels

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                • #38
                  Thanks guys, appreciate that.
                  Nightmare to clean them. The mud just sits inside the dish inbetween the spokes.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Roman14 View Post
                    Thanks guys, appreciate that.
                    Nightmare to clean them. The mud just sits inside the dish inbetween the spokes.
                    Well worth it for the look surely

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                    • #40
                      Thats very smart. I did a double take, had to scroll back, thought it was a gold colour coded tourer and a silver one. Tbh I liked them both!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Drew View Post
                        Thats very smart. I did a double take, had to scroll back, thought it was a gold colour coded tourer and a silver one. Tbh I liked them both!
                        Yeah it's the first car I've saw that still looks good dirty

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