FA : Peugeot 205 XS/GT/RG Alloy Wheels (Set of 5)

Discussion in 'Peugeot 205' started by Matt, Jul 24, 2003.

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    Matt Guest

    Matt, Jul 24, 2003
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    Matt Guest

    heh! Got them a while ago - off eBay actually! 65 quid for 4 AEZ alloys with
    Pirelli P6000 on back and P600 on front - all new tyres!!!

    Bargain!

    Take a look at my website too! \/ \/ \/ \/

    Cheers,
    Matt
    --
    1991 Peugeot 205 Roland Garros Cabriolet
    TU3S 1.4 Carb
    http://www.205rolandgarros.co.uk
    2003 - Happy 20th Birthday Peugeot 205
    ==
     
    Matt, Jul 25, 2003
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    Ryan Gillett Guest

    Woah, Ive gotta check out ebay more :p
    Was on the web site before, wouldn't mind the psd files for the custom dials
    when you're done! What do you print them on?
     
    Ryan Gillett, Jul 25, 2003
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    Matt Guest

    Hi Ryan,

    I've got a Canon BJC6100 which does an excellent job - I've still not
    finished the dials yet (baby on way and decorating to do has stalled it!)
    but when I'm done I'll print them on glossy adhesive paper which should give
    them the same finish as the Lockwood ones...

    I've done the rev counter but I need to find the time to check it against my
    actual dials (which obviously means opening the dash-pod) - just a question
    of time!

    The speedo is almost done (complete with Roland Garros badge) but again I
    need to check it against the dials.

    Idealy, I could do with a spare set of XS dials to check them against!

    I'm planning on putting some on eBay too - maybe offer the service of
    putting different logos on the dials and choice of lettering?

    Cheers!
    Matt

    --
    1991 Peugeot 205 Roland Garros Cabriolet
    TU3S 1.4 Carb
    http://www.205rolandgarros.co.uk
    2003 - Happy 20th Birthday Peugeot 205
    ==
     
    Matt, Jul 25, 2003
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    Ryan Gillett Guest

    I've got a Canon BJC6100 which does an excellent job - I've still not
    Lettering/logos is a pretty good idea, maybe different colours too?
    I'd buy a set if they were reasonably priced (not the kind of price Lockwood
    gets away with :/).
     
    Ryan Gillett, Jul 25, 2003
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    Matt Guest

    Oh god no! They are a bit steep!!!

    I bought a set just to get me started with the set I'm doing (measured the
    speedo) - I sold them to a neighbours friend (who's got a Lazer Green GTi)
    for what I paid for them.

    Lockwood's go for around 35 quid or something daft - I was thinking half
    that. (+ token amounts for customisation)

    Matt
    --
    1991 Peugeot 205 Roland Garros Cabriolet
    TU3S 1.4 Carb
    http://www.205rolandgarros.co.uk
    2003 - Happy 20th Birthday Peugeot 205
    ==
     
    Matt, Jul 25, 2003
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    Ryan Gillett Guest

    Hi Ryan,
    Woah, they're looking good :D
    You thought about putting the redline starting at 6125 or whatever the TU3S
    runs optimum at?
     
    Ryan Gillett, Jul 29, 2003
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    SimonDS Guest

    won't the sun fade the ink?

     
    SimonDS, Jul 30, 2003
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    Matt Guest

    Not if it's fade resistant ink and on decent speciality paper - It's also
    behind the perspex and mostly in the shade due to the shape of the
    instrument binacle

    Cheers
    Matt
    --
    1991 Peugeot 205 Roland Garros Cabriolet
    TU3S 1.4 Carb
    http://www.205rolandgarros.co.uk
    2003 - Happy 20th Birthday Peugeot 205
    ==
     
    Matt, Jul 31, 2003
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