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Lupo Gti MSW Alloy Wheels

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I've found a wheel that has a 'look' similar to the Fuchs that I like so much on Porsches.   It's named 19W and is available in 15", 6.5J.  But the offset is ET38, whereas I know the Bathursts were 43.  Can anyone here tell me please if ET38 would be compatible on a 2005 Gti.  Many thanks.

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absolutely fine.

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30 minutes ago, Rich said:

absolutely fine.

Thanks Rich - greatly appreciated.

 

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nah, don't do it.

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On 6/13/2018 at 7:12 PM, Rich said:

nah, don't do it.

Won't then!

Happily, my Gti arrived today and the OE Bathursts are unscuffed and not chipped, so no replacments needed or desirable - I think the design looks just fine on the Gti.

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That looks very nice. Congrats on the buy and good idea leaving the Bathursts on :)

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did it come with the minidisc?

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19 hours ago, Rich said:

did it come with the minidisc?

Just a rather unpleasant JVC radio/cd player, with no reception at all on MW - need to get a DAB in (am ancient).

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a nice original gamma is the answer.

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