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[mention]Ripley55 [/mention] they were on the van when I bought it and truthfully never looked at them when they’ve been off.

Had them shot blasted and powder coated a couple of years ago. Can tell you they are 18s and the tyres are 225/40.

If i remember the next time they are off I’ll check


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Cheers @brooneye
18's is just what I wanted to hear :D
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To honest I’m no expert when it comes to wheels but they sit well in the arches. Had a brief moment thinking about maybes banded 17s


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Nice build buddy, was this at graham site at York uni on Monday??
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Just read the whole thread. Excellent work mate and a bit of inspiration for my 56 plate.
Purchased a Touran bumper today, it’s in for paint next week to give it a slightly different look.
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Thanks for taking the time to read it, I’m having a bit of a love hate relationship with it at the minute and hates winning . The touran front end is a great way to freshen up the front end and I look forward to seeing your progress


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What a cracking build thread. Some attention to detail and effort gone into this 👍.
Hopefully I see it around as I'm local to you. Just up the road.
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Cheers for reading it bud. Still having that hate relationship with it. Where abouts are you?


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brooneye wrote:Image

Any guesses [mention]Giddy [/mention]


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Just out of interest how do you fix this down as the screws are inside the cubby? Looks good btw Image


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I’ve only used the ones either side under the vents and it’s never moved.


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brooneye wrote:Cheers for reading it bud. Still having that hate relationship with it. Where abouts are you?


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Sits so well. Just ordered a kit for mine

Did it require a notch on the front ?
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Cheers pal, I did do the notch whilst it was being fitted


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Was the rear kit a straightforward fit or did it need modifying to sit that low ?
I’m just waiting on a delay with the rear kit due to the bags being held up in shipment but should have the kit in the next 2 weeks.

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To be honest both front and rear was a straight forward fit and the only fiddly bit was running the lines and wiring


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