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Gordan:
My vote goes to Gadge, the best looking wheels of the bunch.

I on the other hand plan to keep it simple, respray the orig wheels and fit the medium plastic hubcaps, something like the aircooled cars had.

Gadge:

--- Quote from: Gordan on August 19, 2019, 09:05:36 AM ---My vote goes to Gadge, the best looking wheels of the bunch.

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Those wheels will be up for sale soon as I’m planing on getting my steels powder coated :thumbup

I’m not sure why those wheels are rubbing though? The 165/5513 size has been tried so many times and on lowered or standard suspension so can’t see any reason why they won’t fit. The only thing I can think of is perhaps the arch is smaller? (Series 1 wings on a bis?)

EDIT sorry just re-read the earlier post i see your fitting 155s . I haven’t come across a 126 with 155/65s on as yet

danthemanic:

--- Quote from: Gadge on August 19, 2019, 11:32:59 AM ---
--- Quote from: Gordan on August 19, 2019, 09:05:36 AM ---My vote goes to Gadge, the best looking wheels of the bunch.

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I’m not sure why those wheels are rubbing though? The 165/5513 size has been tried so many times and on lowered or standard suspension so can’t see any reason why they won’t fit. The only thing I can think of is perhaps the arch is smaller? (Series 1 wings on a bis?)

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They are 155/65 13, not 165/55.  I'm now shopping for a set of 165/55.

DEYAN IYI:
Just realised that I am using now a friend's set of winter 145/70R13 over Panda rims. Comparing the diameter to 155/65R13, 145/70 is 2mm larger. I can't provide a pic at the moment, but there is a significant gap between the tyre and the fender.

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