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    Default Need your help with alloys

    Ok guys, which alloys do you think will suit my green 206 best?
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    Dark alloys will look smart
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    Bright silver alloys will give a contrast
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    Cheers for the info. They will set me back about £800, so I wanna make sure i choose the right ones! Im caught in between the two, I think dark alloys will look smart, since no one else has them but the bright silver ones will also look good cos its a nice contrast! :/

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    Go for the dark ones m8. The bright ones will draw your eyes to the wheels and then the 'shitty' brake discs and drums, unless you have Brembro's fitted.

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    why did you need a poll on this???? its replys you want,also was that your car? with reg visable?? and your house? dark for me also. all im sayin is be carefull what you post.


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    Wanted a poll because not everyone will give a response.
    My house is not visible & as for my reg. plate - dont think that matters if people see it... does it?

    But ok, point taken, will be careful in future.
    Thanks for the input guys, other people saying dark does look better...

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    Have a look at this M8, just pick the Make and Model of your car and you can see what it will look like. As long as its Allesio wheels you want
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    A cheap place to get alloys from also is here:
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    I got 17in Allesio monza's for my Saab Cabrio for £529inc VAT and tyres + Shipping

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    What you really should do if you want a fancy looking car , is buy a sporty car in the first place . Theres nothing worst then seeing a bog standard car with great alloys on it . They are a waste, as the rest of the car will be ignored . Not a good tactic for pulling birds m8 , lol

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    17" white OZ super tourismo would look cool if you got it lowered too.

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