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takestock wrote:I will be keeping both sets, Gridspokes are a doddle to keep clean, you can get your hand through the spokes to keep the rest of the wheel clean. Both sets suffer minor kerbing, but not something i cannot live with short/mid term. I do like the centres on the straights, thanks to russ there
Just had a count up of what I have in my neighbours garage. ( not including what is on the car at the moment)
8 gridspokes (7 with tyres of varying depth three of them suffering from parking by feel procedure from the wife. Always nerside front Always , how does she do that? )
4 straights ( the straights need a refurb and have 235/40/18 tyres on, gives them very similar profile to the 225 with just a little extra width).
Then i have 3 spare 235/40/18 tyres as well, need to get on ebay me thinks Good job the missus hasn't a key to the garage
takestock wrote:. I do like the centres on the straights, thanks to russ there )
Zeb wrote:Straights by a mile.....t'others look too Lego-like...(sorry Jake! )