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Old 21-04-2004   #16
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I'm pretty sure he was on about the wheels on charlie-cinq's car...
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which wheels???? The ones on the Car right at the top of the page? Or the car in my sig (car from side view on)? The car below is a photoshop, pics above are 14" tsw evo r's. Theyre a pig to fit...as in its hard gettin the bolts to screw into teh threads, bit fiddly...but its after the first wheel ur alrite. I have spacers to put on because theres like...2mm clearance behind the wheel and one wheel is rubbing on the inside slightly, grinding away the wheel. Theyre quite nice wheels to go on a cinq tho :D

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Old 21-04-2004   #18
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What Offset/PCD(??something like that anyway??) are they - do you think you could squeeze them on if they were 15"s? What size spacers are you using?
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car is looking brilliant :) just wandering the bit between the bonnet and bumper is usually black on cinq's but u made yours yellow (duh) just wandering how hard is that :I i mean can i just get at it with sum lacquer (or whatever its called) and yellow spray?
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The PCD is 4x 98 and im not too sure about the offset...i bought them second hand...mint with good tyres, they were previously fitted to a cinq, so i knew they fitted :) Im using 3mm spacers all round, they rubbed on full lock but the spacers stopped this. As for the bumper/bonnet, it came like that outa the factory apparently. The Abarth kit was fitted when new by Fiat, all the Cinqs ive seen, the strip between the bumper and bonnet has been black as you say, i guess you either like it or hate it. I kinda like it...its nice to be different:)

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