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I went for 15" TSW Imolas (similar to the V6 wheels but without the nuts showing) on my silver 1.4 16V. They might be a bit heavy but I like em and with a dropped car (which Im seriously considering) they look very good
i would probably go for 15" too. Also if you drive hard then tyre changes will be happening often. 15" tyres will save you money over 16". is your car lowered?? cos if your going for bigger wheels then you need to lower the car too, i also feel this gives the impression your wheels are bigger too.......
i dont think it would be the best idea. Yeah the guide idea is good but you need special equipment to compress the spings that you take off the front shocks. Also does your car have springs or a torsion bar on the rear??
on the back?? i dont know anything about the new shape clio, mine is the old torsion bar styley!!
K that makes it a little easier but you still need to jack the car up etc..........has anyone offered to help you with this?? Its not that its a really hard job to do but probably far easier in a workshop with the proper equipment rather than in the car park at brands.............
Tom its gotta be 15" Speedline or Cromadora (if you wanna stick with the Renault look), then slam it. What about an old set of the OZ 15s that went on the Mk1 172s? Someone must have a set theyre getting rid of for a couple of hundred quid?