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  1. Hello all, I'm wondering if someone can clarify if the following will fit my Lupo 05 plate 1.0E 4x100 13x7j ET 0 (front) - currently have 165/55/13 tyres 4x100 13x8j ET -20 (rear) - currently have 175/60/13 tyres I’m not wanting to made any modifications to the arches, I just want to bang these on ensure they don’t rub. I also plan on lowering my Lupo in the near future (only 30mm) so I don’t want this to balls everything up. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Eyup, Recently sold the lupo but the wheels weren't to the buyers taste so decided to sell the separately. Spec is 15x8J et25 all round with spigots to fit VW 57.1 Wheels were originally diamond cut from factory and bought brand new from rimstyle in Aug 2010 (think I might still have the original sale receipt somewhere which I can include) The lacquer had started to get a few stone chips and go milky (and as anyone with diamond cut wheels will know can't be fixed without removing the lacquer...) so instead of removing the lacquer and keeping them diamond cut I decided to have them re-polished
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