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Sporting Alloy wheel options??

Does anybody know if there was another option on the multijet sporting with regards to the alloys?

Ive noticed some have a multispoke design,where as most have the brochure alloys,can anybody explain this?
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

here is a pic of both

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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

To begin with all 'Sportings' had the 17" 'Fork' alloys out of the brochure but then in their almighty wisdom decided the 1.4 16v Petrol Sporting was to have the 17" 'Multispokes' instead of the Fork ones where the 1.9 Diesel still has them.

Which one are you interested in?

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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??



Thats the other one,personally i prefer the forked ones,so only petrol sportings have the multispoke design then?
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

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Thats the other one,personally i prefer the forked ones,so only petrol sportings have the multispoke design then?
Thats right . Which one is it you want?.
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Thats right . Which one is it you want?.
Im after the forked ones,my new multijet sporting should have them then,dont pick it up until wednesday though
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

Quote Originally Posted by mikeyv8 View Post
Im after the forked ones,my new multijet sporting should have them then,dont pick it up until wednesday though
Yeah ifs its the Multijet Diesel Sporting it will definatly have them . If not theres something gone wrong and say you want them! .
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

I much prefer the fork design as well...when they're not dirty
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I much prefer the fork design as well...when they're not dirty
I even like them when there dirty looks like a antrasite grey colour .
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

i want some too , do they go on ebay much
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i want some too , do they go on ebay much
should get some for 700 at most with tyres it varies.
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Re: Sporting Alloy wheel options??

there are some on ebay 250 with no tyres well there was this morning
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there are some on ebay £250 with no tyres well there was this morning
haha, just seen them, thx matey
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