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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #15 on: 08 January 2015, 23:34:42 »

Oh yes, A absolutely  :y
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« Reply #16 on: 09 January 2015, 10:07:06 »

Picture A wheels are 18x7,5 et49 and got some scratches. Should I paint them to gunmetal grey (local painter takes 30eur from one wheel)? And I'm planning going with new Nankangs size 235/40 what is your opinion about that? Also maybe spacers size 20mm.

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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #17 on: 09 January 2015, 14:09:10 »

With that offset you'll need the spacers...
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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #18 on: 09 January 2015, 15:39:29 »

With that offset you'll need the spacers...

The B picture is 18x8 et32 :)
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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #19 on: 09 January 2015, 17:56:53 »

With that offset you'll need the spacers...

The B picture is 18x8 et32 :)
A much better fit, paint them smoke silver instead of white and fit them with a set of 245/40/18s... technically the better option :y
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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #20 on: 10 January 2015, 20:53:45 »

Hi,

I'm a great fan of multispokes.

If you want multispokes  for the Omega, Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 are available in the correct Offset (ET) in a variety of different colours.
If you are not fussed about width then then the Calibre Rapide is a good option for the Omega - available as 7.5 x 17" in the correct ET range.

However, the ET is far more important. Omega ET is 33 - 39. So 49 is way out

Colour them whatever you want, it is your car!

As has been said here many times before, your car, your rules......
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Re: Wheeels
« Reply #21 on: 12 January 2015, 14:35:48 »

I have my plan now, so let's see what I have as the summer comes :) Summer comes soon! ;D
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