15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

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15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby Readit » Thu 10.08.2017, 11:42

Does anyone have one 15" OZ alloy wheel (original UK Elan wheel) in roadworthy condition for sale. Tyre not required. Just found out one of mine is buckled. Or does anyone know if it is possible to get them straightened. You can P.M. me. :cheers:
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Re: 15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby Readit » Thu 10.08.2017, 12:38

Anyone used Lepsons of Gillingham in Kent for wheel straightening? :bonk:
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Re: 15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby chipp » Thu 10.08.2017, 12:53

Where are you based.

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Re: 15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby Readit » Thu 10.08.2017, 13:05

I'm in Ramsgate Kent but frequently travel to Chelmsford , Essex and Long Eaton , Derbyshire.
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Re: 15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby lotusflasherman » Thu 10.08.2017, 13:18

Readit wrote:I'm in Ramsgate Kent but frequently travel to Chelmsford , Essex and Long Eaton , Derbyshire.


Sent you a PM ... and that answers where you are .. :lol:
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Re: 15" OZ alloy wheel wanted.

Postby Readit » Sat 12.08.2017, 17:44

My thanks to Phil for providing me a good wheel and putting it on the car while I was there, because the old one was really a pig. First time I had driven the car on the road, absolutely great with the new wheel, just a few tweeks to make but that's to be expected.

Also thanks to Phil for giving me "food for thought" on alternative wheel sets, tyres, brakes etc. Will keep me busy for some time. :cheers:

I see this post has taken me from "tinkerer" to "enthusiast". I can also think of a few other titles :bonk:
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