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what do you think about it ??
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thank you

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I think it looks much better.
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thank you

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Nice wheel but I wouldn't go for a 14 inch wheel. Since you lowered the car I figure you are looking for sportier handling and lower tires play a big role in that. With the 14" 's you need quite a high tire wich is great for comfort but not for sharper handling.
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He has already 14" tires, he only change steel for LM this way.
On that wheel site, there are a lot of interesting Fiat 15" wheel solutions.

For example this one: http://www.subito.it/accessori-auto/...-147723151.htm
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He has already 14" tires, he only change steel for LM this way.
On that wheel site, there are a lot of interesting Fiat 15" wheel solutions.

For example this one: http://www.subito.it/accessori-auto/...-147723151.htm
I realise that but this would be a bit of a sideways upgrade. I personally would rather wait and maybe save some more or look to the secondhand market so you can get a real upgrade that at least changes the way the car feels and looks. In the mean time just enjoy the current set up and wear the current tires out.
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I actually think it looks great on the exposed steel wheels
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He has already 14" tires, he only change steel for LM this way.
On that wheel site, there are a lot of interesting Fiat 15" wheel solutions.

For example this one: http://www.subito.it/accessori-auto/...-147723151.htm

exactly...this is the reason..Also because the tires have only 17,000 km...next year maybe i will change to 15 inches..
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i would "NOT" take the chance for 90,-
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And not with those sub-miniature D-type connectors on the box. They are meant for computers and industrial applications, not under-bonnet. Doesn't give me much faith in the internals.
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which is the best ??





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Seriously, those first wheels with the Fiat centercaps are beautiful. Do they come with the right bolt patterns and sizes? What are they?
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Seriously, those first wheels with the Fiat centercaps are beautiful. Do they come with the right bolt patterns and sizes? What are they?
http://www.ebay.it/itm/381570680702?...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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