4x 16" Excel white 6-spoke alloy wheels and GOOD tyres

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4x 16" Excel white 6-spoke alloy wheels and GOOD tyres

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OK chaps I'm abandoning this white wheels project, and it's annoying because I've sank quite a few quid into these. Basically I bought the Excel rims and tyres to make a straight swap with the standard 195/50/15s so there would be no speedo nonsense, so the OD is almost identical. However, the offset is different to standard Puma wheels. Think standard is ET38 (someone will correct me if I'm wrong) and these are ET15, so you've got +23mm additional track.

At the rear of my car I already have +20mm beam spacers, which I could take out but CBA. So if you fit to your standard car they should just fit inside the rear arches. The pics show mine with the spacers fitted to rear beam - which is a no-go.

You can see from pics that they are OK at the front and add some useful extra track. You may want to renew your wheel bearings if you are concerned about additional load.

Paint on the rims is OK but not perfect so you may want to consider a respray - but this is an easy DIY project what with them being white.

Tyres are 2x Avon ZV7 205/45/16W with min 8mm tread, nearly new. 2x Avon ZZ1 older type with min 5mm tread.

With all the tyres plus some welding I had to do on one of the rims which was cracked, this lot owes me £300 but I will let it go for £250 to you Puma folk for quick sale. No postage, BUT you can arrange a courier or I'll meet you halfway. I am in CV47 Southam area but occasionally travel to south Devon to see Mum so could combine with that trip, or deliver £0.40 per mile if you want to meet somewhere. Message me grogee@hotmail.com or tel 07572 165333
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4x 16" Excel white 6-spoke alloy wheels and GOOD tyres

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grogee wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 2:17 pm The pics show mine with the spacers fitted to rear beam - which is a no-go.
Hi Grogee, there doesn't appear to be any photo's of the wheels on the car?
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I tried to attach but it bombed out, I'll try again.
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I should point out that the bottom photo of the rear wheels shows the wheels poking out from the bodywork. But I've got +20mm spacers fitted to my rear beam, so if you've got a standard rear beam they should fill out the arches nicely.
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