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Hi guys,

Would appreciate if you could all keep an ear out for a set of standard E6 alloys.

I need a set for my 5 stud conversion and they are proving hard to find. I have E7 alloys, but they are a little wider and I don't think they will fit, so Id rather the thinner 6 ones.

I tried a breakers local to me, and he wanted £475 and I could probably get aftermarket rims for that.

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Thu Jun 04, 2015 9:17
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What about Honda ones they will suit as wont be as wide and will be 114 x 5, will keep my eyes open for you
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Thu Jun 04, 2015 19:27
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E6 breaking here https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =1&theater
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Fri Jun 05, 2015 18:10
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Thank Gary,

I have clocked those ones, but I'm looking for unpainted ones at the moment.

TME ones would be nice though!! [-o<
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I had a spare set of TME ones that I sold recently, are you a paid up member on the MLR ?
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Been on the MLR since 2001, but don't go on there enough to justify paying their annual fee.

I can and have posted on Wanted though.
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Im paid up so will check the adds for you
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What would a fair price for set of TME alloys with two good tyres?
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Sold mine for £250 but was told it was too cheap, I wouldn't pay more than £400 and that's only if they don't need a refurb, you can get new alloys for less, ok without tyres but even so
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What about these ?

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I'm getting a fail on that page?

I have two possibilities on the go.
A set of TMEs
A set of standard sixes.

I might get both yet and keep one set for track tyres.
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