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hi guys,

been awhile since i last got in, forgot my passwors and for some reason, the password wasn't being sent to my email, anyway reregistered now.

back to the point. i own a corolla gti, and was looking for some alloy wheels. i was thinking of either the dare V3 or the oz vela, what do you guys think? anyone know of a site i can have a look at the alloys on the car?

i'm thinking of 17in, mainly intrested in the looks.

any info would be great.

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Nice wheels....OZ vela II :P

Take a look at :

http://www.mimwheels.com

...some realy nice wheels there -(Cortina+, Gonzaga, Monaco,...)....there are racing models too(material:Magnesium)

... you can see "mounted wheel" here:

http://www.ronal.de but "not on Corolla" :(

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Hi corsol

Those sites are really good. Now i've only got to save up the money to pick out the wheels i like. :(

jerry!!

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Those sites are really good. Now i've only got to save up the money to pick out the wheels i like. :(

:D

MIM wheels are much cheaper than OZ , .....the same thing is with RONAL.

And , yes , Ronal and MIM are quality wheels :thumbsup:

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You guys really need to become a gold member.

There is a company that does all of the wheels shown below, at a discounted rate.

OZ

TOM'S

TRD

L-SPORT

BLITZ WHEELS

LOWENHART

RACINGHART

MAYA

RH

TAC VELOX WHEELS

BBS

VOLK

NIPPON RACING

5ZIGEN

AXIS

SSR

And if its TOMS / TRD / L Tuned rims you want - you gold membership will qualify you for those items at cost price

Which pretty much guarantees that one a set of rims, you are easily going to save more than the £25 subscription. :D

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You guys really need to become a gold member.

I am sorry but:

1.)Iam not from UK...( no discount rates :( )

2.)I dont need new alloy wheels (Iam satisfied with existing ones).

... anyway,thanks for invitation. :)

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I am sorry but:

1.)Iam not from UK...( no discount rates :( )

hehehe - sorry.

'course, if you updated your location - I would have known that :thumbsup:

... anyway,thanks for invitation. :)

:D no worries!

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ive got oz superleggera's on mine 7x17's

look here

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Superleggera's rule. I have 16's on my mr2. They are great wheels, nice and light, thats why i git them. They are about 6kg, when many aftermarket 16's are like 10-12kg.

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thanks for that guys.

dawesy your corollas looking PHAT!!!!

i've been having problems since my last email,

i've noticed that my engine makes more noise than before.

cant pin point it, theres a ticking sound, which i think is coming from under the rocker cover, and just generally the engine just seems noisier. i have a full stainless steel exhaust on the car. before, when the car was running, all i could hear was the exhaust, but now the engine seems to make just as much noise, the car runs fine, and drives pretty much the same. any ideas?

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how much have you dropped that dawesy?

is that 40mm?

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