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  • black

    7 43.75%
  • silver

    2 12.50%
  • anthracite

    7 43.75%
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Thread: winter wheel colour

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    Regional Organiser - West Scotland neverlandandy's Avatar
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    Default winter wheel colour

    going to put the old elite alloys back on for the winter and i'm needing a new colour what you think but no white lol


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    It has to be anthracite as it shows the least amount of dirt and doesnt look too bad covered in road salt

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    the windows have been tinted since that photo was taken (it's a rubbish photo quality is not good)

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    Andy ive gone for black to keep the stealth look over winter. khalid

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    Quote Originally Posted by deztroyer View Post
    It has to be anthracite as it shows the least amount of dirt and doesnt look too bad covered in road salt
    I agree but hit them with a hammer a few times add a few weld marks and you'll have your winter pothole destroyed wheels ready for this year!

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    black or anthracite not white

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