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New alloys
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Hi guys I have a 1.7*cdti gtc at the min and I want some new alloys prob not gona buy some till the end of the year as they ain't cheap i want proper vauxhall ones but can't seem to find the ones I like for my price range, I have seen these on ebay

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But for 400 I am wondering if they would be any good as I no the official vauxhall ones that look like this r like way over £1000 anyone got any advice?

The ones I like r the official Vauxhall ones that look like this is you know what I mean Smile

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I've always been told to steer clear of rep wheels.
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