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Discussion in 'evvo Lounge' started by S33RY M, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. S33RY M

    S33RY M Member

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    Very nice.
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    lookin good michael very bling:cool:
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    they look fantastic mate
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    I like them, almost had a set very similar, should look good on the Bug :)
  7. S33RY M

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    Cheers guys
    18in 3 split piece 5x112
    Only one problem 9 on front & 10 on rear lol
    Anyone fit this size before??
    Lending some adapter the weekend to see whats what
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    10" is not a problem depending on offset
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    I dont understand all these numbers wheelpowerdemon as you work for/own/sponsor an alloy shop could you educate me... all I know is poke is when they stick out, tuck is when they go behind the wheel arch and poke is achieved with spacers...

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