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Re: VW Talladega Wheels (Rebellionelite)

You can order them through your dealer.
Prices in RSA are the same as other similar sized wheels, not too expensive IMO.
Part numbers:
18"
5K0 601 025H 88Z - bright chrome
19"
5K0 601 025M AX1 - black glossy
5K0 601 025M 88Z - bright chrome
 

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Re: (reelknead1)

Quote, originally posted by reelknead1 »
You say they come in bright chrome or black. What does the bright chrome look like. All i remember seeing is the ones on the R in europe

I think they looks the same. When they say Chrome, I am assuming they aren't "Chrome" like gangster wheels or something like that.
Also, I gave my Canadian Dealer that part number and he couldn't find anything in his database, so he will be asking his parts guy after the weekend. Heres hoping, I would want them in Chrome, its going on a CSG GTI. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: (afrost)

Garth,
Save your testicle, and take a look at some of the replica wheel sites. Quite decent replicas have been available for months for those that don't particularly care to part with $2500 minimum. I'm planning on using a Tally replica 18" for winter. Not a lot of snow here, so just need a softer compound basically.
Like both the Tally's and the Detroits, so happy to enjoy both on the car. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: (D3rk0)

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$400 for these...
http://www.powerwheelspro.com/...d=333

Modified by D3rk0 at 6:04 PM 5-1-2010

Powerwheelspro is a vendor here as well.
The owner is a great guy and their wheels are great. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Those are the 17" wheels though... I'm also unclear on what that 400 dollar price quote is for... each?
 
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