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anyone know anywhere that does them?

Depending on how hard they are to get hold of and the price of them, I'd want to get some so i can get these wheels (brand new) for €300 delivered:


BK Racing 299 17x7
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they're available in 4x100 or 4x108, so i'd need hub adaptors to make them fit.......

any chance?
 

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because they're the wrong fitment, they're clearance stock available in 4x100 or 4x108 only, so i'd need an adaptor to make the standard hub go from 5x98 to whichever size i'd get

@phil: thanks :)
 

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afaik they're no hassle to put on, and the alloys are a steal at that price

the only extra bother would be waiting for them to arrive after ordering them
 

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You could try "wobbly bolts" ... although I've not heard great things about them on more powerful cars, but you'd probably ok with your 1.6 TS
 

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the new alloys are 4 stud dude, not 5 stud, so I'd have to have adaptors
 

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Sounds like you need to buy a new car that will accept the wheels in standard form then :p :D
 

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yeah, you need the wheels to be about et50 if you could find them. Can't remember who, but there was a post recently by someone who had adapters on a GTV so that 5x112 wheels could be fitted. Probably pricey though, +heavy!
 

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well after some googling I found a set of hub adaptors tha'll do the job for €160 :)
 
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