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trying to find a quality tyre in a 14" radius was near impossible.

well, err, yeah.... but rollin' on 28's is where its AT, bro!

Why is it that the British still make such good wheels? Team Dynamics Race 1.3's

are $500 a set, light, tough AND UK- made.

huh.

Compomotive ALSO makes wonderful wheels.

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trying to find a quality tyre in a 14" radius was near impossible.

well, err, yeah.... but rollin' on 28's is where its AT, bro!

Why is it that the British still make such good wheels? Team Dynamics Race 1.3's

are $500 a set, light, tough AND UK- made.

huh.

Compomotive ALSO makes wonderful wheels.

t

Yeah very true. You'd think there would be more interest in bringing back vintage style wheels in a 15" size. Maybe this is the start of a trend?

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Looks nice! Shame they don't have actual pictures of the wheels instead of 3D renders.

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is there an advantage to running 15's on an o2...if so what

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Oooooooo! Fiat!John

We used to have a 131 Super Mirafiori. Very very nice car and an awesome 1600cc twin cam engine. Sounded great, ran great.

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is there an advantage to running 15's on an o2...if so what

Yes... Tire selection...

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is there an advantage to running 15's on an o2...if so what

Besides the above, some people need at least a 15 to clear a big brake kit.

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is there an advantage to running 15's on an o2...if so what

Besides the above, some people need at least a 15 to clear a big brake kit.

Better steering feel. My 02 drove much nicer going from 14's to 15's. It was a harsher ride though, but harsh springs dont help...

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You would think it would be a popular size. I wonder if the 15x8 et12 could be made into a 25?

John

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