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Alloy Wheels in Suffolk

Discussion in 'General Automotive Chat' started by Steve_T, Oct 19, 2010.

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    Do anyone know of any good places to get alloy wheels in suffolk? I like to see and feel what im paying for as i dont want to wait a week for something to turn up in the post then be cheap c**p.

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    Whereabouts in suffolk are you?! Without being too nosey
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    Aldeburgh, Right on the coast. But quit oftern venture into norfolk.
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    Ok what sort of wheels you after? Reps or something else..
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    Well im in a bit of ethical pickle.

    Im tied between 2:

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    And im still not sure if i should go 17 or 18!
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    Just a few i know that stock wheels, Motorspares and Motorworld and then Hardwick tyres in Bury St Edmunds, SCA Race and Rally but if you really want to see a big range of wheels then i'd say Rtec in St Albans
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    Go 18's and if you want that sort of thing on the shelf i'd hazard a guess Rtec would probably hold them in stock
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    Excelent thanks. If i go 18s wont it look silly unless i drop it a few mm?
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    Urm i couldnt tell you mate, i put mine on 19's without dropping it straight away and it didnt look too bad, it all depends on what look you want..
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