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  1. Hi there everyone, Just wondered if I could get some advice on a wheels and tyres setup that I'm thinking of running. The wheels are 4x100, 15", 8j, ET25 and the tyres are 195/50/15. The car is a MK2F Breadvan and has been lowered 40mm. Does anybody know if this setup would fit with no rubbing or problems? Thanks for any replies, keep well everyone 👍.
  2. Selling some genuine VW mk2 steel wheel center caps but would suit any 4x100 pcd steel wheel and some mudflaps not genuine VW but never fitted
  3. Has anyone used one of these or similar to flare breadvan wheel arches? https://www.amazon.co.uk/MorNon-Professional-Fender-Reforming-Flaring/dp/B08JDVCGV2/
  4. Hi, I have LCR Brembos on my 6C and I want to get some new wheels but I want to run no spacers with them wondering what people who have lcrs are running Thanks
  5. Hi guys, I'm relatively new here and would just like some advice on aftermarket Steering wheels and boss kits. I've done some research myself and have just gotten myself into a pit of confusion! What I'd like to know, if anyone can help, is what Boss Kit I would need for a 1993 Polo MK2 F in order to fit a new wheel? I've been looking mostly and Nardi or MOMO wheels. Any advice much appreciated, thanks guys!
  6. wellskint

    steel

    could i put 15 in wheels on my mk2 polo saloon that currently has 13in steels
  7. Hello, I’m after a bit of advice reference fitting 14” P Slots on my breadvan that I have just bought. The tyres that are currently on the wheels are 185/60/14 and am having a few issues with rubbing at the back as expected. I will be lowering the car approx 40mm all round and ideally would like to keep the P Slots on the car so my question is, would a 165/55/14 tyre work without any rubbing on the rear? The P Slots I have are 5.5J et38. Any advice would be much appreciated otherwise it’ll back to the 4.5J 13’s that came with it! Many thanks
  8. mika86c

    Mk2 Coupe Wheel Ideas

    Hi, Looking for wheel ideas for my mk2 parade. Currently on 13" hockenheims with 20mm rear spacers but think i want to fill the arches out a little more? And if anyone's got any 13s or 14s for sale near Milton Keynes/Bucks let me know! Any ideas/thoughts welcome
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