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Discussion in 'New A3/S3 (8V Chassis)' started by frazzeld, Apr 15, 2013.

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    So I was thinking about getting some Alloy Rim Protectors, had a search around....also saw a few posts on here for AlloyGator

    Anyway I asked if they could send me a couple of offcuts so that I could put them against the wheel to see which colour I preferred, only asked for Black and Silver....they arrived on Saturday "Not decided on the colour yet!" I then thought I'd ask if they would be interested in offering a discount to an Audi forum for guy's who have just got a New Audi and want to protect there Alloys

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    Alloy Wheel Repairs, Protection, Refurbishment, Cleaning & Polishing




    Anyone else interested
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    Yes very interested, do they fit well? I think black would be best. How much are we looking?
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    Ask any decent tyre fitter and they'll laugh these outa the park. I researched for ages last year looking for some alloy protection. This product always cropped up so I asked at least 6 independent tyre fitters about these, all said they were a waste of money. E Tyres used to have these on their vans promoting them but had so many complaints / returns they ditched them completey. Major concerns were, they will come loose / fly off if corners are taken at speed, hitting pot holes, tyres are under inlflated. If they do come off at speed, just imagine where they'll end up / what damage they may do if they whack into your car.
    I'm only going on what I was told by professionals but if you want to try them, ask about money back guarantees.
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    Just had a little read about one coming off....dont fancy one whacking the side if the car! might just have to carry on being very carefull
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    Hmmm sounds a little dodgy. I'll have to make sure the wife doesn't drive it!
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